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413 E MM movt alongwith 309 warhouse movt with auto TO

Dear All,

I want to do 413 E inventory movement so 309 Warehouse movement is required.

I want to post my inventory from one sales order to another sales order with regular 413 E movement. With that i want that warehouse inventory also should transfer with Auto TO.

but I dont know that TR is required or Posting change is required for auto TO for this purpose. I have done all required settings but Automatic TO is not being generated and confirmed.

Kindly help and give your suggestions/inputs.

Thanks and Regards,

Vijay Modasiya

SAP MM-WMS Consultant

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 07:12 PM

    Hi,

    If you do IM booking with movement type 412E, 413E, the stock type (412E) and special stock segment (413E) change but these don't mean the physical movement of the materials (if they remain in the same SLoc! - please check that WM-reference-mvt 309 is assigned to 413E in case of posting change).

    In standard system WM-mvt 309 is assigned to WM-reference-mvt 309 and PCN creation is set. So, if you post the goods movement (413E) in IM, no TR will be created in WM (in standard system). As per the settings in WM-IM interface (that was discussed above - SPRO > LE > WM > Interfaces > IM > Define Movement Types), you will get a PCN that can be seen in LU04. Processing it you will get the TOs.

    How auto TO creation for PCN should be set, please check SAP online help's instructions:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/ef/ff6939a49e623fe10000000a114084/frameset.htm

    Regards,

    Csaba

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