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I want to transfer a material to another. But uom's are different. source material is "kg", destination material is "L".how can I do this?

roddick

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 09:00 AM

    Hi Roddick,

    You cant do this , the basic prerequisite for 309 M to M transfer is UOM should be same and its STD SAP

    You cant do that

    BR

    Diwakar

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 09:04 AM

    Hi,

    It is logical that both should have same unit of measure during mtrl to mtrl transfer.

    Thanks

    suresh

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    • From my point of view it is very logical that it is technically restricted.

      If your material A is maintained in KG and your material B is maintained in BOX, then you would need a conversion rate.

      But SAP is a global system, you cannot just assume that both materials that users put into a 309 movement belong somehow together and would share the same conversion.

      The alternative unit and its conversion is only tight to one material, see table MARM.

      While Material A could have a KG-BOX ration of 100 to 1, material B could have a BOX to KG ratio of 1 to 20. So it does not fit.

      You would need a ratio KG material A to Box material B, but there is no such table in SAP, hence it is technically not possible.

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