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Valuation of sales order stocks

Hi,

In mc.9 only unrestricted use stock is showing, but in our stocks ther are nearly 10% of sales order stocks,

But this sales order stocks are not showing in mc.9

I tried MB52 it shows the quantity but not the value,

can any body tell me the T code which shows the both type of stocks with values.

We update the Value in MR21in variant stock material.

Regards

Veera.

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  • Posted on Jul 26, 2008 at 01:29 PM

    Hi,

    SAP help says:

    Sales order stock is not valuated but is instead subject to cost collection.

    Special Stock Data

    In order to manage sales order stock of a material for different sales orders, special stock data is

    required in the material master record. Special stock data for a material is managed at the

    storage location level. If the material must be managed in batches, special stock data must be

    created for each batch.

    The system automatically creates special stock data during the first inward movement of sales

    order stock. The data cannot be maintained manually but instead is automatically updated with

    every goods movement (or taking of physical inventory).

    Special Stock Types

    The following stock types are available for use with sales order stock:

    Unrestricted use

    quality inspection

    Blocked stock

    Sales order stock is not available for material requirements planning (MRP).

    BR

    Csaba

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