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Blocked storage bin for physical inventory

Hi experts.

A particular bin is blocked and showing as inventory active. Looking into the Inventory tab of the bin display transaction, I would see 3 materials, out of which there is a material XX25 which is no stock in that bin. While the other 2 materials X216 and X336 are not in Inventory active status. Hence, the only reason why the bin is still showing as blocked is due to material X025.

Also, the day when the counting took place , that is, on 11.08.2009 , the same day a TO was created and confirmed and the entire stock was moved from that bin to Pre-weigh bin ( evident from t-code LT22 for that particular st. bin). Hence, we don't have any stock in the bin any longer as it has been consumed.

I tried using LS06 to unblock the particular bin , but was unsuccessful in doing so.

Please suggest .

Regards,

Anupam

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    Posted on Aug 14, 2009 at 03:00 PM

    Hi

    Can you see the PI document in LX22?

    If so, delete the document using LI02N

    regards

    Darren

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    Posted on Aug 17, 2009 at 12:05 PM

    anybody ?

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 04:57 AM

    Hi,

    An inventory record must be active for that bin. In LS03N, click on the "Inventory" tab and scrolld own to the last line, Try closing or deleting the last inventory record number which is displaying.

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