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Transfer ofstock to stg type flagged for deletion for a given material

Dear experts,

We have detected that after flagging for deletion a material at a storage type level with transaction MM06, we're still able to transfer stock to that storage type with transaction LT01.

Is it normal situation?

Do you know any way of avoiding this? Is archiving the material at that storage typthe only way?

Thanks a lot!

Best regards,


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  • Posted on Jan 24, 2008 at 06:40 AM

    Hello Mireia,

    I'm not an expert at all but we had / have / face similar problems.

    Part number changes occure frequently at our company and we mark the material master records (that are out of use) with DF to avoid confusion.

    In IM it works, we cannot make (e.g.) inventory for the goods of which material master records are marked with DF but in WM we haven't been able to find any solution to prevent WH-workers from making inventories for such kind of materials.

    Please check:

    WM-inventory > block WM inventory booking of materials that are out of use

    If you succeed in finding something to achieve this or someone could give a good advice I would also welcome...

    (I'm afraid there's no exact solution since even Svetja and Frenchy couldn't tell me a solution - and I think their WM knowledge is very high - of course it doesn't mean it cannot be solved / you cannot solve it)

    I would also welcome if someone from SAP AG would take care of this thing...



    Edited by: Csaba Szommer on Jan 24, 2008 7:42 AM

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    • Former Member Csaba Szommer

      Hi both,

      Thanks for the info.

      When we flagged for deletion the material with Tcode MM06, we did it at storage type level, not at storage location level...

      The wourkaround you propose would work if the bin was uniquely used for this material, but we cannot block the entire bin since it will be used for other materials.

      I did not find any other solution than archiving the material at this storage type...



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