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how to do batch determination.please send me the answer with the screenshots.

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  • Posted on Nov 03, 2008 at 07:44 AM


    Batch management existing material can not be done if it has stock and value.You can keep stock value NIL (By reversing) and then proceed with batch management.Batch Management you doing means , you just subdividing the material.

    You can follow the following steps.

    1.Create Characterstics,

    2.Create Class,

    3.In material master, select classification view and tick batch management

    4.Go to Logistic General->Batch Management->Batch Det and back Chk->Condition table-> Define Inventory Management Condition table

    4.2 . Like wise Define Acess Sequense,

    4.3.Strategy Types,

    4.4.batch Serch Procedure,

    4.5.Batch Srech Procedure and allocation,

    4.6..Condition Record: Logistic->Central Function->Batch Management-> Batch Determination->Batch serch Stratergy->For Inventory Manament-> Create

    Once you do all customising steps,Then you can receive the material as per you requirement.Example....Lets say sulphuric Acid you are receiving 98%,70% and 50% purity.According to you requirement and supply from Vendor you can keep in three different batches.This characterstic of material you can maintain in creating the characterstic.

    For more check the links:


    Biju K

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  • Posted on Nov 03, 2008 at 07:46 AM


    Refer following links;

    [SAP Batch Handling|]

    [Config Setting In Batch Management|]

    [Batch Shelf Life Questions and Answers|]

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  • Posted on Nov 03, 2008 at 07:48 AM


    check the link, it has full data regarding the batch determination:

    Also find SDN threads for more information...

    Hope it helps..



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