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How to create material Determination? what r all we should know before we creating material determination?

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2008 at 07:05 AM

    Hi ejagadesh kumar,

    Materials are required for functional.

    Goto t.code MM01-->Create material name.

    MM02-->Change

    MM03-->Display..

    u can do it.

    Reward if useful,

    Regards,

    S.Suresh

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2008 at 07:26 AM

    Material Determination is used to swap one material for another.It is possible to get a list of materials for substituiton,but remember you can substitue only one material from the list.

    This can be done through substituiton reason T Code [OVRQ]

    See the substitution reason number for Manual Material Selection

    - check the Entry box

    - check the Warning box

    - select A for Stategy

    - save.

    Go To VB11 to create Material Determination (taking into consideration that all the previous steps for material determiantion i.e. maintaining condition types,maintaining procedures for material determination and assigning procedures to sales doc. types have been done)

    Create one material determination,dont forget to give the Subst reason on top and also on the line.

    Click the Variants Icon on top left-Sreen opens

    Specify different materials you want to swap with the material you have enterd

    Note that the subst reason is already copied on the screen

    Remember materials should be of the same sales area,atleast Divisions should be same.

    REWARDS would be appreciated

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