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Kitting process with movement type 261

hi people I dont now so much about this topic. But I have the follow situation. The process is based in preparation kits in wm. I can´t change the actual process. They create a Production order and they want to separete the material in wm and after they will confirm the production order (tpmov 261) . But how can control the stock in wm only with movement type 261. I did some testes creating movement type 261 , but in the end, I had some material in 914 . I believe the stock after goods issues must be equal zero. Is possible use only confirmation production order with movement type 261, generating a TR and TO to solve this without have diference in stock ?

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    Posted on Feb 27, 2018 at 09:01 AM

    Hi Marcos,

    You can configure this using the path:

    SPRO-Logistic Execution-Warehouse Management-Interfaces-Inventory Management-Define Movement Types-LE-WM Interface to Inventory Management

    Put X under column "TR create Transf.Requirement". This will create TR automatically. And then further TO can be created manually or automatically based on business requirement.

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  • Posted on Feb 27, 2018 at 10:34 AM

    Your story is totally confusing. WM can't do its own material management. WM is just a sub to MM and mainly needed to utilize the warehouse space and inner warehouse transports efficiently.

    WM does not do any kitting. If a production order needs material (because of a goods issue with 261) then WM just moves the material from its storage bins to the interim storage type.

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