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Transfer Order from Source List and Different OdT by Plant-Material

Hi friends!

I should find a solution for the following scenario:

- Define Source list for the delivery plant determination

- Create Purchase Request and after Trasfer Order from MRP run using the Source List created before

__First Question_:

How I can do it? I created the Source List but when I transform Purchase Req into Transfer Order this document didn't have the Delivery plant (the source-Plant)

- Can distinguish using plant or plant-material tas criteria the Purchase Request and the Transfer Order type that it has to be used in order to split the Cross company transfer order scenario from the intra company scenario.

(e.g. Plant P001 Material xxx PR type: ZN TO type:ZOT; Plant P002 Material yyy PR type: ZB To type ZOT2)

Second question:

How I can do it?

I hope in your precious suggestions!

Many thanks in advance


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    Posted on Nov 09, 2009 at 09:06 PM

    do you see a vendor number in the source list for your delivering plants?

    for the "normal" stock transfer, the procurement plant a vendor (plant vendor) must be assigned. In the vendor master -> the purchasing view the vendor must be maintained with the purchasing organization of the receiving plant. You can create the source list for this normally. The source list of the receiving plant for cross company code procurement, maintained before, now shows the plant vendor.

    did you flag the box for source determination while converting the PR to the PO?

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