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Issue in recording BDC in transaction MB1C


I have an issue in recording the transaction MB1C. Here are the steps need to follow:

In the initial screen of MB1C, please give movement type, plant and press 'New Item' option

This will take us to next screen, provide material, quantity and storage location there and press enter which will ask to choose valuation type, select any..... which will further take us to next screen where we enter Classification.

Now the issue is, if I directly go to transaction MB1C then Classification screen appears but when I record MB1C, this screen is coming up, instead it is saying 'The characteristic values for the batch are incomplete'.

I am not entering the batch here, it has been automatically taken when I give storage location and press enter in the second screen of MB1C.

Could you please suggest me?

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2008 at 03:28 PM

    you can use below LSMW batchinput method.

    Object 0110 Goods movement

    Method 0000

    Program Name RM07MMBL

    Program Type B Batch Input

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2011 at 04:38 PM

    Hi Kalpesh,

    We are also facing a similar problem, instead while not recording we are getting that characteristic values screen & while recording using LSMW or BDC the Characteristic values screen is not recording. is it a functional Issue

    or any thing else.

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      I suggest you to use LSMW via IDOC method using messagetype MBGMCR. This works for all the possible cases of goods movements in the system. This idoc uses FM/BAPI BAPI_GOODSMVT_CREATE.

      I think this is the best approach than the using BDC which is always pron to expected "unexpected" issues.


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