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Automatic reservations can not delete using MBVR

Deatr Gurus

I have searched and searched on this site to an answer to my problem and I can not seem to find it, so your help is greatly appreciated.

I understand that to delete a reservation for an automatic reservation we are to use MBVR.

My problem....When issuing material to a work order, a mistake was made for the material that was issued, successfully reversed the material that was goods issued to the order using a mvmt 262, I am trying to remove this from an automatic reservation that was created so it does not show up as being on a reservation, plus this still shows up on the sales order portion of the RMA and we are having to manually delete it from the sales order..

I have tried to use MBVR, however when I try to run it for the reservation the material is on, it brings back no values....I have then tried to run it for other reservations and it brings back the same results....does not appear to be working. I tried to see if configuration was set up on this and I am unable to locate this to validate. Where do I need to go? Am I on the correct path to remove this from the reservation? Is there another step I am missing?

I see there is a note that I am not sure if I need to apply...note 324544...should I apply this note?

I am hopingthat I am clear and someone will give me guidance on how to do this correctly. Thanks so much for your time

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 01:57 PM

    yes you can not delete or change the automatically reservations.

    MBVR is possible for manually created reservations

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 02:09 PM

    I thought MB22 was for the manual reservations and the MBVR was for automatic reservations?

    Is there something I can do to get teh material off the reservation so it does not pull through on the sales order (RMA) if it was reversed from the work order? How do I do this if I can not delete the reservation?

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    • (Normally) you cannot delete an automatic reservation directly. You have to eliminate it throuh its source.

      I mean if an automatic reservation comes from a production order, you have to modify the production order (e.g. by deleting the component form it, or st its status to TECO) and the automatic reservation will disappear automatically.

      So, please find out the "source" of the resrvation (there should be a reference in it) and try to chnage the transactional data from which it originates.

      Regards,

      Csaba

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 03:07 PM

    The automatic reservation is coming form the work order in transaction IW31. This was removed and the 262 performed. I still have a reservation for it. Please help....is something possibly wrong in configuration?

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    Posted on Feb 11, 2010 at 10:28 PM

    Someone? Anyone? Have any advise or direction?

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