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Production Order Issue with Qty conflict

Hi Friends,

i have a issue with a production order fro which we built the product and the finished goods is moved to storage location, i have status set on my Production order as REL PRT CNF DLV PRC GMPS MACM SETC. My order was for 1unit,In the quantities window , total qty shows as 1 pc and delivered as nothing (blank). Its not active were physically i can change , so how do i add the deliverd qty field by 1.And what could be the issue? PLS help Points will be rewarded.

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 04:54 PM

    This Delivered field in CO02-Dates/Qtys tab will get updated automatically , when the order qty is delivered to stock.

    We can not manually update that.

    Have you checked whether the storage location stock has been increased ? In MMBE , you place the cursor on the stock qty and choose Environment - Production orders or Material Movements and check , whether a GR has been made against this order.

    Regards,

    Sheik

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 05:06 PM

    Hi

    Did u confirm the production order using CO15 or not? If yes, How did u transfer the goods to storage location and what was the moment type? Is there any quality check for this material. If yes please go to MMBE and check if there is stock in qly. inspection.

    For further clarifications pl. come back

    Nanduri

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