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Unable to assign class to material


I have two characterstics (OD, PROFILE) assigned to a class(SPECS), I wish to assign SPECS to my materials (SIL, VIT). Could some one tell me how do i go with this?


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  • Posted on Dec 28, 2007 at 03:39 PM


    If I understand ur Question.Pl Follow the steps.


    Hope you are going for Batch Management. Before going for Batch Determination Procedure Check Stock Value of the Materials(SIL, VIT). is NIL .You can keep stock value Nil (By reversing) and then proceed with batch management.

    During Creation of Material select Classification Views, System will ask enter class & then you enter your class (SPECS).

    The following customizing steps for Batch Management are as follow:.

    1.Create Characterstics,CT04,maintain data type, value assigned single or multiple, values for you want to maintain batch, Restriction field-023(batch)

    2.Create Class,CL02,Class type -023, and assign Characteristic here

    3.In material master, select classification view and tick batch management

    4.1Go to Logistic General->Batch Management->Batch Det and back Chk->Condition table-> Define Inventory Management Condition table

    4.2 . Like wise Define Acess Sequense,

    4.3.Strategy Types,

    4.4.batch Serch Procedure,

    4.5.Batch Srech Procedure and allocation,

    4.6..Condition Record: Logistic->Central Function->Batch Management-> Batch Determination->Batch serch Stratergy->For Inventory Manament-> Create

    Hope Helpful to you and then reward.


    Biju K

    Edited by: Bijay Kumar Barik on Dec 28, 2007 4:52 PM

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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 04:43 PM

    Thanks for your reply.

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