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Unit of Issue to be as of BUoM

Hi Gurus,

I have an issue with regards to unit of issue.

We have the paint with UoM 'L' in leter where as the consumption is in 'ML'. The stores need to issue the material to WIP store with respect to Reservation in L only where as the consumption has to happen in ML.

My user do not want to change the Unit of issue from ML to L manually and want it to be issued in L only. But as the issue unit is already maintained in ML in Material master and in BoM, it is defaulting to ML while transfering to WIP store.

Pls provide a solution where in store issues material in L and consumption happens in ML without any manual changes during goods postings.

We also tried by not maintaining isue unit as ML and mainataing it in BoM only but the error while confirming the order (Consuption) says UoM does not exists. In that case my problem of issuing in L only will be solved.

Rewards follows...

Regards

Shash

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    Posted on Apr 14, 2008 at 07:11 AM

    Hi,

    Go to material master in Site data/ stor.1 view

    In general data, we are having base unit of measure and unit of issue, there you can maintain two units.

    Maintain, Base unit of measure as ML and unit of issue as L .

    Just check it out, it works or not, there you can issue in L and consumption gets booked in ML.

    Regards.

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    Posted on Apr 14, 2008 at 07:22 AM

    HI,

    I want to add small part.

    You can maintain the UOMs relation at the :Material Master - Basic data2 -Additional data :Here you can maintain the relations.

    Regards

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