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Shelf Life Exp Date

Hi,

We are using Batch management for a certain material xxxxx, of certain material type xxxx.

While doing the Transfer Posting MB1B using 309 , for this material from the batch say 12345, an error message occures,

" Best before date / 30.05.2007 of batch 12345 has been exceeded".

If i still want to use the same material for this year also(2008), how can achieve it. It should be applicable to this material only.Also from where do system takes this SLED data, that is from the Storage location data in material master or else where?

Can i maintain this SLED data for

1. Certain material

2. Certain Material Type.

3.Movement Type

4. Storage Location

5. Batch

Also to avoid the above mentioned error where should i make the chages? Do it require any customization chanegs?

Regards,

VS

Best Regards,

Vikram

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 09:34 AM

    hi,

    go to MM02 transaction there u can have

    plant/storage location data: there u can extend the details related to shelf life.

    Regards,

    Swathi

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  • Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 09:38 AM

    Hi Vikaram

    Go to T. Code MSC2N and edit the batch change the SLED date.

    Batch based on the Material-plant-batch-sto.location

    if any doubts revert back

    laxman

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    • Former Member

      Thanks for replying,

      If we use MSC2N to make the chages, will it be applicable to only specific batch of the material ?

      When batch is changed system will issue same error message? As i dont want the system to prompt the same error message when i used the same movement type for the same material.

      Best Regards,

      VS

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