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committment in maintenance order

Dear experts,

In my maintenance order i am using some materials which are physically not available (confirmed through MMBE) but these items are still get committed while doing the availability check. anyhow it is not allowing me to issue through MIGO as it gives error while doing that.

Please explain me how can I stop the system to committ the material when there is no physical stock available.It should committ only the actual materials available. In the scope for availability i have checked the box for consider all reservations and dependent reservations.

Please do the needful.

Thanks and best regards,


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    Posted on Nov 11, 2008 at 11:26 AM

    Hi Praveen ,

    Please check whether negative stocks are allowed for unrestricted-use stockin the valuation area.



    ANIL Kumar

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  • Posted on Nov 11, 2008 at 10:05 AM


    without material availability system will not confirm the material ,kindly check in MMBE whether material is in some other stock (like order on hand) .kindly check it .

    Also check the IMG settings for inspection and availability control



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      Dear Thyagaraj,

      yes, I too agree with you. I checked for pending PO's, production orders, inspection, blocked stock etc where else i can check? In availability control we are using 01,02,ch . Is it really required to maintain all the controls? then which one to maintain in material master MRP3 view. Please explain me in brief.

      Thanks and best regards,


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