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Opening stock for newly created Plants-Urgent please

Hi,

Any suggetsions will be awarded with points..for sure.

How to handel Inventory KFs for newly created Plants.

At the time of 2LIS_03_BX load these plants were not present.

Hence non-cumulative KF for these plants are coming as Blank.

Though these plants are captured in 2lIS_03_BF Delta load.

Plesae help.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 06:30 PM

    Since these were in included in your BX load, you are probably missing the reference point markers for the material numbers in the plant. Trying running SAP_REFPOINT_COMPLETE from SA38. If you check the box for Insert Missing FRecords, any refernce points that are missing will be created. If you do not check the box, the program will look for missing reference points and give a re[port of those that are missing.

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    • John and Suvrab

      I have a question!

      when you are getting the records from BF(delta loads)... why do you need to run this program!

      My understanding is if some plants/sto loc gets added at a later stage (after BX load)... BF delta's will pick those plants and stoc loc.

      The reason i am telling delta's will pick them is based on the assumption that till now the material movements and stcoks for these plants were not maintained in R/3 and hence can be captured in the delta's of BF.

      Correct me if i am wrong!!

      Thanks

      Kalyan

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 03:13 PM

    You are correct in that the BF delta will pick up transactions once the plant is activated. These transactions are not the non-cummulative KF though.

    Remember - the non-cumm KF is the ending inventory balance determined at query execution by taking the reference point value and adjusting forward for all uncompressed data packages, and then adjusting backwards to the date of the ending balance. Without a reference point value, in this case it should be zero, the compuation would be incorrect.

    The How To document exlains this very well - https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/sdn/go/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/f83be790-0201-0010-4fb0-98bd7c01e328

    Also, please see OSS note - 655798, which explains the issue going on here.

    Regards,

    John

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    • Former Member Kalyan Dittakavi

      Hi John and Kalyan,

      Thanks for response.

      Another problem came up -

      I am facing a problem, in displaying "Total stock qty" in Bex query. If I display qty Date wise, it should show me "Last value" for the current day (if there is no transaction for a Plant material combination).

      I try to elaborate more my issue -

      (1) Did stock Initialization in R3 ( on 29 Jan 08), with zero stock transfered ticked.

      (2) Filled setup table for 03.

      (3) Loaded BX with "Marker update".

      (4) Did INIT without "Marker update".

      (5) Did Delta with "Marker update". Latest delta is on 30 th Jan.

      (6) Executed bex query.

      There are few Plant Material combinations, for which I get "Total stock qty" value only till 29 Jan 08.

      I am using this Bex query as Snap-shot purpose. It should show me value till the current date.

      If there is no transaction for any Plant Material combo, it should show me the Last value.

      I am following "How to .." pdf, but results are weired. It is Production issue. I don't know which step I am missing.

      Please help.

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