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ISR- Generating IDOC For MB1B Transaction

Dear All,

We have to generate the idoc for transfer posting ( Tcode: MB1B ), I don't find any standard message type and idoc type for MB1B Transaction. How can we generate IDoc at the time of transfer posting. Kindly give your valuable suggestions.

rewards if helpful.

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 09:30 AM

    Hi sreenu,

    Goods Movements

    This section describes the IDoc WMMBID01 (WMMBID02 from Release 4.0) and a matrix of the required fields for various movement types with which postings are performed in the SAP Inventory Management module. The IDoc WMMBID01 comprises two segments, namely E2MBXYH for the header data and E2MBXYI for the item data and additionally E2MBXYJ for new fields in Release 4.0.

    The partner profile input must be maintained for the message type WMMBXY.

    This IDoc can, in principle, be used to post all good movements that can also be executed online using the usual standard transactions (MB01, MB1A, MB1B, MB1C, MB31). The respective posting can be made directly in the system in order to determine which fields of the IDoc are required fields. These fields can then be noted. The matrix below details the most important movements (M = required field).



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      Dear Karthik,

      Thanks a lot for your valuable input,Can u Please tell me the output type corresponding to the MB!B transaction and the configurations required for output type in NACE transaction. and the partner type for the message wmmbxy in partner profiles,pls give your valuable suggestions.

      Thanks & Regards


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