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SLED, LX02 and LS24

Hi everyone,

We are having an problem with the LX02 and LS24 reports. Whenever we cycle count any material, and we run the reports LX02 or LS24, the system does not show the SLED for those items that were cycle counted from 999 (differences) to a good bin even though the SLED exists in MSC3N. However, if we manually change the SLED to anything else in MSC2N, it does start appearing in LX02 and LS24. Can anyone tell me where this setting may lie or alternatively, why this should be happening - if there is any master data correction that needs to be done in the WM views or in the QM views or anywhere else?

Many thanks.

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  • Posted on Jun 24, 2009 at 07:16 AM

    HI,

    Can u be little bit simple so that it is easy to understand.

    U do PI for material(Which is SLE)

    Then U check in LX02 ok.

    Then u change in msc2n

    after this not claer.

    murugan

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    • Hello,

      Please check the following paths:

      Go to SPRO>MM>Inventory Mgt & physical Inv -- >Goods receipt -->Set expiration date check and then activate your plant first in IM .

      The go to Logistics Execution> WM> strategies> stock removal strategies> define strategy for expiration date and activate your warehouse no and mvt type for future GR's.

      Hope this helps.

      Thanks,

  • Posted on Jun 24, 2009 at 09:11 AM

    Please read OSS Note 394605 - Shelf life expiration date and batches in the warehouse

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 06:36 AM

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