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Storage Location creation Bapi or FM

Dear,

Please tell us , is there any Bapi or FM for creation of Storage location? As we are finding it difficult in SCAT/LSMW.

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2008 at 07:51 AM

    hi check this...

    We can create and delete Storage location through OX09 T/Code.

    Delete the Storage location in Golden client & transport the same to PRD. It will automatically delete the storage location in PRD.

    Before deleting the storage location ensure that that storage location are not in use.

    There is only one way to create SLoc in plant i. e through SPRO-- Enterprise structure --Definition -- MM --define S.Loc

    The other way which you are saying is not for creation of storage location. It is to extend the material for storage locaion in the transaction.

    If you want to delete SLoc, transfer stock from that SLoc to other SLoc and then delete the SLoc through SPRO-- Enterprise structure --Definition -- MM --define S.Loc

    regards,

    venkat

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2008 at 08:17 AM

    Hi,

    You can use the following Bapis for this.

    BAPI_STOREORDER_CHANGE Change Documents (PR, PR, Delivery or Sales Order) From Store Orders

    BAPI_STOREORDER_CREATE Creates Documents (PR, PO, Delivery or Sales order) From Store Orders

    Thanks

    Sarada

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