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Goods Receipt by Inbound Delivery - BAPI_GOODS_MVT

Hi All,

I try to use BAPI_GOODS_MVT bapi to move goods by inbound delivery number. According to MIGO transaction, I send all necessary fields to bapi. But somehow I get error. However I know it is possible to make goods movement manually with MIGO transaction with following parameters, but when it comes to terms using bapi, i get error:

pstng_date

gm " 01

plant

move_type " 101

entry_qnt

po_number

po_item

mvt_ind " B

deliv_numb

deliv_item

Error :

Delivery quantity exceeded by XX PC : XXXXX 0001 0001

Am I missing something?

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2008 at 12:54 PM

    Check the stock in MARD

    i think there is no stock in storage location

    XXXXX 0001 0001 __Storage location
    |      |___Plant
    |____Material

    Check MARD-LABST value, you can post less than or equal to the qty what ever there. you can't post more than that.

    check it once.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      I want to craete a Goods movement Inbound delivery by Function module with delivery type as "DIG".

      my warehouse is centralised. When I am using MB1B Tcode for de centralised warehouse i am getting Inbound delivery document. How to craete a Goods move ment delivery doc by using FM for centralised ware house.

      Thanks in advance.

      sharma

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    Posted on Oct 06, 2008 at 12:47 PM

    This is not coding error,

    Check inboud delivery qty (e.g. Inbound D/o qty 5 and MIGO qty 8).

    I think MIGO qty is exceeding than the inbound delivery qty.

    Or there is mismatch in Plant / storage location.

    Thanks

    Ganesh

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