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Hello,

Please help me with the following:

When I display a material document for a transfer posting MvT 411 with TAC MB03, the document has 2 lines (411 - and 411+). When I display the same document with TAC MIGO the document has only the 411- line. This is happening in ECC 6.0. In 4.6 both lines appered in both cases. Does anybody have any idea whether this change was meant to be or it is just an error in our system?

Best regards,

Ileana

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    Posted on Mar 31, 2008 at 03:53 PM

    Hi

    First understand....the Movement type 411 can be always used with special stock Indicator...eg)K,E or P...

    If you use 411 Movement type with out Special stock indicator....ie)for your regular material....then,it is like useing M.Type311 for Tranfer posting of Material from one Storage location to Another Sto.loc.

    I think now you have used this M.Type:411 with out special stock indicator...ie) you have done Tranfer posting of Regular Material from one Storage location to Another Sto.loc....that is why in MB03 you are getting 2 lines as (411 - and 411+). It is the right display....

    Reward if useful

    Regards

    S.Baskaran

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      Hi,

      The posting was made with special stock indocator E. The question arised, because we are doing a release change now, and the key user noticed that for the same posting in the 4.6c there were 2 lines in the MIGO display of the doc, and in ecc 6.0 only one line.......

      Ileana

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