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Hi gurus,

I have a Stock Transfer scenario to Depot.

I have a common Depot plant 1002 and I have two manufacturing plants 1000 and 1001 both of them have same division 01 and two business area A and B. The business area is triggered through plant and division.

Now the client wants If goods of division 01 of plant 1000 goes to depot 1002 the G/L postings during goods movement should trigger business area A.

Like wise if the goods of division 01 of plant 1001 goes to Depot 1002 the G/L postings during the goods movement should trigger business area B.

But the same is not happening in statndard SAP as division is common for Both plants and For depot I can assign either A or B.

Please guide me how i can tackle the same.

With Regards

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 10:25 AM

    Dear Friend,

    Wht i understand from you is...,you have.,

    Plant -1000

    Plant - 1001

    Division- 01 [ in both 1000 and 1001 plant]

    Business Area - A & B.

    Business Area is defined from Plant + Division combination.

    for your requirment, i would suggest to assign :-

    1000 +01 = A [ Bus Area Assignment]

    1001+01 = B [ Bus Area Assignment]

    Also, before this assignment, please do define the rule for Business area as"1". This shall facilitate the business area determination based on Plant & Division combination.

    Warm Regards,

    Kiran.S.

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      Hi Kiran,

      Let me correct your last line ... Also, before this assignment, please do define the rule for Business area as"1". This shall facilitate the business area determination based on Plant & Division combination.

      The rules for business area determination only comes into picture when there is a sales area... now this is actually a STO wherein there is no sales area involved... right?

      But, your suggestion above this particular line is absolutely fine..

      Hrishi

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