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Posting change in WM

Hi

For WM managed item, I am doing GR for 101 in inspection stock. But my st bin is not getting the entry.

Will this entry be hit only when I do 321?

If yes, then

In IMG-WM-Interfaces-Mvt typ-Assign mvt typ, for 321, the ref mvt typ, for stk tr & posting chg are 397 & 321 respectively.

Now in LE-WM interface, for 397(st trf), WM mvt typ is 312 & for 321(posting ch) its 321.

This is std setting.Is it correct?

Is it necessary to maintain 397 or just 321(pst ch) will suffice?

regards

VS

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  • Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 02:49 PM

    A Goods Receipt (GR) creates stock at intermin storage type with a quant having the PO number as quant number, at the same time a transport request (TR) is created to transport the stock from the interim storage type to the bin.

    Depending on customizing the TR is either to be created manually or will be done automatically in background .

    If automatic does not work, then the best is to try it manual to see where SAP has trouble.

    I guess you just have no entry for Q status in storage type search sequence.

    But it can as well be a design feature that stock in Q-status is not allowed to be moved from quarantine area (can be the interim storage type) to its final destination bin.

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      Thanx; so as a std practice I shall post an entry at 321 only?

      Also, for the following what shall be done:

      In IMG-WM-Interfaces-Mvt typ-Assign mvt typ, for 321, the ref mvt typ, for stk tr & posting chg are 397 & 321 respectively.

      Now in LE-WM interface, for 397(st trf), WM mvt typ is 312 & for 321(posting ch) its 321.

      This is std setting.Is it correct?

      Is it necessary to maintain 397 or just 321(pst ch) will suffice?

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