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What is MB56?

Hello,

can anyone used and have knowledge in transaction code MB56? what does the Bottom-up analysis do when this was used in this transaction code?

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JJ

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 03:34 AM

    Hello,

    MB56 is used to identify the usage of batch. Is is useful to analyse the batch where used list.

    Prase

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      Hi,

      Thanks for the info, a have a production order with delivered qty for 6170 cases with batch 111222, but when i used MB56, the delivered for this batch is 6092 only and with 3 outbound delivery number, but in our report it was delivered in 5 outbaound number, the breakdown we see in our report 72 cases were scrapped(551 movement) 6 were adjusted out of quality (333 movement) and 6092 cases shipped (641 movement) if i sum up this it will reflect the amount of delivered qty in the production order 6170, there were two outbound delivery number missing in MB56. when i check the 5 outbound delivery in VL03N and total the number of pick cases it tally for 6092. this is weird since in the production order it was stated in the DELIVERED QTY it is 6170. there something wrong, please help me with this?

      Thanks

      JJ

      Edited by: John Jay Palisoc on Jun 16, 2008 5:42 AM

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