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Physical Inventory in WM

Hi Gurus,

In Continuous Inventory and Cycle Count (WM) can we do Physical Inventory by Material ?

Example: I have 2 Storage Locations, 10 Storage Types and 20 Bins. I have 1000 Materials. Material A is stored at multiple places. I wnat to take a Physical Inventory for Material A only. I don't want to block the complete storage type, bin or storage location for just one material.

Is it possible? I'm using 4.7

Thanks for your help.

Gary

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 08:43 PM

    hi,

    you can not do the Phy inventory only for the material in WM, if you want to carry out the Phy Inventory by Material and storage location you need to do it in IM level only.

    Regards

    Vikrama

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 07:47 PM

    Hello Gary,

    The transaction LICC is the best to initiate inventory at material (Quant) level, in this case you can have more than one quant for the same material (based on system settings), as previous expert explained you need to set up your storage type for cycle count.

    Zero Material count is not possible in WM at material (Quant) level and it seems logical to me becuase in warehouse you can have N number of material and it is not feasible to count the material which does not exist in warehouse.

    Hope this helps.

    Regards

    Arif Mansuri

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