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Change Valuation Category - Urgent please !!

Hi !!

I need to change the valuation category of an existing material.

When i wanna change it in Accountant View 1, the error message is "The valuation category cannot be changed for the following reasons:

Stocks already exist at plant level.

Plant SLoc

1358 1301

1358 1302 ".

But, the stock is cero. I see this in mmbe or mb52. Also, there aren´t current purchase documents. I see this in me80fn.

SD is not install in the company.

Any ideas ????

Thanks in advance

PS: If i want to change valuation category using MM01, the message is "Valuation category does not allow split valuation"

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    Posted on Jun 12, 2008 at 06:15 PM

    Please check the stock for the material in pervious period - Please check it in Material master select Plant stocks view and you can see if there is stock in the previous period.

    Please revert if you have any more questions.

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    • Hi,

      Why are you saying that you do not understand how to check the stock in previous period? It was written by Deepak how to do it.

      (Many treads are on this forum about VC change and stock reports.)

      My suggestion is that you should use (and learn) transaction MB5B. Please give the necessary information (material, plants, etc) and give the last day of the previous month in 'from' and 'to' selection fields as well.

      You will see the opening and closing stock for that day. You should eliminate it somehow...via MB1A + 201 + posting date in the past (then reset it via MB1A + 202).



  • Posted on Jun 13, 2008 at 04:09 AM

    Please check whether any open Prs or Pos are there for that Particular Material and be sure that the Stock is Zero for a Particular storage location.



    • Assign points if useful.

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