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Open Order Quantity

Dear all gurus,

I'm checking the total qty as of today for a material A which is stored in plant-P1, storage location SL1 and SL2.

However, if I use the MMBE, I can see both of the storage locations but without any unrest-used qty at all. When I scroll to the right, I can see that both storage locations are having some open order qty.

When I use SE16N to view the MARD table, why I only can see the SL1 record only?

Which table will keep track all the open order qty?

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Edwin Fu

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 09:38 AM

    Hi ,

    Go to ME2L or ME2N select plant , purchase group and etc and scope of list should be ALV . Once you execute you will get report . Here go to change layout as per your requirement and save it . Covert report in to local file . Here you can find pending or yet to deliver items or open order qty .

    Reward if helpful,.

    Regards

    RB

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  • Posted on May 20, 2008 at 09:16 AM

    the open order quantity is not stored as a plain number in any table. It is calculated while executing the transaction, based on values in in table EKPO and EKBE

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 09:20 AM

    The Purchase Order History will be stored in Table EKBE

    and the PO line Item data will be stoted in table EKPO..

    Open PO Qty = Qty in EKPO - Qty in EKBE

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