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ATP and Blocked Storage Type

We are running SAP LE WM module for warehouse activities. There are certain items stored in the Damaged Storage type. When a new sales order is placed the ATP see the item as available for picking and delivery is created for the item. In reality it is a damaged item and should not be picked.

Does any one know a way to block the storage type (or storage bin) in such a way that the ATP does not check for blocked the storage type (or storage bin)?



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    Mar 09, 2009 at 10:16 AM

    hello friend

    blocks can either put at the Bin level or at the Storage type level.

    Bin level

    Goto LS02 and activate the flag for Removal block WRT that bin of the storage type and warehouse number

    Storage Type

    Acivate the flag for the field Block upon Stock removal under the following path WRT warehouse number and Storage type

    SPRO >Logistics Execution >Warehouse Management >Master Data >Define Storage Type-->

    Block upon Stock removal

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    • I am also very interestested in this topic, as we have a warehouse location specifically for products returned from customers which have to be reprocessed.

      By reprocess I mean they have to go trough certain processes before it can be made available for sale again (or discarded)

      I wonder if by blocking this items they won´t be available to be "consumed" in a given reprocess process order.

      Also, I tried changinf the parameters using the OMIR transaction, but the returns location's stocks keeps showing up in the MD04 output. I read that by changing the setting using OMIR the stock would not be counted towars the MRP, but It that's still happening, messing up with my planning.

      I would really like to see how I could make an entire warehouse storage type as not available for sale, so I hope someone could shed some light upon us.