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MC.9

Hi Experts,

We can take Valuated Stock and value thru Tcode MC.9.

My points are

1. Is there any standard report available like MC.9 where we can get details , Dist. channel wise ?

2. Can we add Distrubution channel on selection Screen , so that we can have display/drill down Dist.channel , too..

3. IF point no.2 is not possible, I wud like to develop a report in ABAP. , here , I need tables where Stock value and Stock gets stored ,as per distribution channel wise. Which Tables I need to see f?

Please do help

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 09:17 PM

    Stocks cannot be viewed by distribution channel.

    Stocks can only be viewed by plant or/and storage location.

    All standard invertory reports will give you both these options.

    Suresh

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      This report is build with LIS tables.

      3 tables :

      S039 for the result (no update rules)

      S031 = alls movements (material document) --> Std table MSEG (structure LIS : MCMSEG)

      S032 = Material Stocks --> std table MARD (structure LIS : MCBEST)

      S039 is used to be link S031 with S032 to calculate historical stocks.

      In ABAP report, you can used these tables.

      It's simple to add distr channel if you are a good rule =

      1 plant = 1 Sales org & 1 distr channel

      Regards,

      Lionel

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