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Total finished product volume

Hi

1. How can I get the "Total finished product volume" for a particular plant.

2. In which table-field this data is stored??

Thnx

Nilesh

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 06:57 AM

    Dear Neel,

    Has your problem got solved?Also check with this.

    <b>Using T code MB52 - for material type FERT - get the report for all the Finished

    product Stock along with values.</b>

    <b>All these data you can get it from MARD table.</b>

    Reward points if found useful and dont forget to close this thread as answered.

    Regards

    Mangal

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 05:16 AM

    Nilesh,

    You should be able to get this using transaction MB51 for summary of Movement type 101and 102.

    If you are looking for table then MSEG is the table where it gets stored.

    Regards,

    Prasobh

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:01 PM

    Hi,

    Check the Transaction <b>MC.1</b> ( enter Plant and material type alone)>It will dis play atotal stock of all FERT .If you want to see individual FERT stock, then further drill down the stock.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Neel,

      "given period of time" means production order finish date or start date or FG GR date?

      1. production order finish date or start date

      Goto COOIS --> enter plant and period of production order finish date or start date, you will get ALV report for this and sum of quantity

      2. FG GR Date

      You should be able to get this using transaction MB51 for summary of

      Movement type 101 and 102

      plant

      period of posing date

      pls come back if you are not clear

      Regards,

      Sankaran

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