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Where to configure which stock type to post in a movement type?


As we know , when we carry out a posting with a movement type, e.g. mvt. typ. 261, system will automatically post to unrestricted-use stock. And if mvt.typ. 331, system will post to QI stock.

I'd like to ask where to configure movement type to let it know which kind of stock type(not special stock, like E,K,etc.) to post.

i.e. if I create a new mvt. typ. , where can i set it to post to unrestricted-use , QI or Blocked stock?

I can find T156M-BUSTM and T156M-ZUSTD are relevant to stock type posting, but i don't know where to connect these fields to movement types.

Thanks in advance!


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    Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 04:25 PM

    SAP has hardcoded this, thats why you are not allowed to create your own movement types from scratch, you can only create new movement types by copy of a SAP movement type.

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  • Posted on Mar 26, 2009 at 04:28 PM


    Normally there will be two types of moments available broadly.Material inflow and material outflow moments.During outflows we tell the system to take the stocks from which stock type and storage location and during inflows we tell to post to which stock type and sorage location.

    The moment type 261 is a issue against an order and which has always to be from unrestricted .

    and 331 is to issue towards stock to Quality inspection.

    During inflows we can tell to the system through material master,vendor,or purchasing document to get posted to which stock.

    For outflows system always takes from unrestricted and issues and if there is no stock in the storage location unrestricted , system provides a error message.

    But however you can create a moment type at SPROMMIMMoment typescreate (OMJJ).


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