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Total stock vs available stock

In one storage bin(entire plant and sloc also) Total stock for the material is 1no.and availability stock shows as 0 no.When the user is processing the outbound delivery,system gives us 0 quantity is available message.

please suggest,how we can process the outbound delivery?

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2008 at 05:47 AM

    Hi Ramky,

    It's clear that you can see 1 pc from your material in WM (LX02) and in IM (MB52). But where did you check 'availability'?

    Please check the situation in MD04! Click twice on the stock element and you will see the 'state' (stock type) of that 1 pc.

    Maybe it is blocked or in QI and that's can cause problem.

    If your strategy is make-to-order yor stock has to be in sales order special stock ('E'+SO no.) to be able to use it for delivery.

    And please also check whether the outbound delivery is using the same SLoc in which you have the stock. Please check whether there's a batch defined in the outbound delivery or not.

    BR

    Csaba

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 12:52 PM

    You might have a open TO for that bin. Once the TO is created the system takes the units out of available bucket and puts it in Stock for Putaway (for receipts) or Pick Quantity (for shipping). You can check open TOs with TCode LT24.

    Sunil Achyut

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 12:14 PM

    Hi,

    One more suggestion: if you are in make-to-order enironment you have to have the stock in sales order special stock ('E''+SO no.) to be able to process the delivery.

    BR

    Csaba

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