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Reg Stock Levels

Dear Experts,

Can any one explain me what is the difference between MMBE and MD04

Stock levels.

When i checked for a material A the unresstock is 0 in MMBE

But when i go to Md04 it show Stock as on 30.01.2008 is 0

Ad in the end of the table it has Stock number 78

so when i create sales order it able to give me the schdule line on the same day requested even though there is no stock showing in the MMBE?

Can any one give me more info



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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 04:01 PM

    Hi Sundar,

    As it vas written above:


    MMBE shows you the current stock level


    MD04: you can see several MRP elements on this list. One of them is called 'Stock' - this derives from the current stock level. Please click on this MRP element and you will be able to see details about your current stock situation, you can even open MMBE from there. (this MRP element doesn't contain blocked stock)

    As far as the other MRP elements you can see 'Rec./req. qty' column that shows the 'contribution' of the MRP elemts to the stock (in the future).

    Purchase orders, production orders, planned orders, etc are stock-like elements because they cause your stock to increase.

    Independent requirements, dep. reqs, sales orders are 'requirements' they will decrease / consume your stock, you can see -qty in the above mentioned column for these MRP elemts.

    'Available qty' calculates the actual stock level, cumulatively. (Stock + PO-qty (+qty) + SO (qty is -) + IndReq (qty is -) + PldOrd (qty is +)).



    Edited by: Csaba Szommer on Jan 30, 2008 5:01 PM

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 03:07 PM

    MMBE - will give you the stock level as of today

    MD04- will give you the details of all the future reqs along with the Open POs and as well as any dependent requirement becasue of MRP Run.

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