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Sales order stock to unrestricted

Hi Experts,

In MTO scenario, creation of production order is based on sales order. While doing GRN it is going to sales order stock. Is there anyway to post directly to the unrestricted usage?

For this what are the prerequisities?

Anybody plz help me?

Naren

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    Nov 15, 2010 at 05:35 AM

    Dear,

    Im not clear on why you want to post th stock to unrestricted.

    IN MTO,goods are manufactured for a particular customer and the planning copies the requirements from sales order.

    Once the processing is completed,the goods are picked from sales order stock for completing the delivery and billing.

    Here if reqired you can transfer the stock to unresticted manually after the GRN is posted.

    This can be done in MIGO,transfer posting using the movement type 413.By doing this the requirement of the sales order will not be closed and it will be available for planning.

    Regards,

    Joseph Charles Vaikathussery

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear,

      Im not sure whether this will work with your scenario,

      Please try this.When you make a GR,in MIGO under "where" tab select the stock type manually to "unrestricted stock"

      This will post the stock to unrestricted use.

      Regards,

      Joseph Charles Vaikathussery

  • Nov 15, 2010 at 05:45 AM

    Hi,

    As per my thinking, it is not possible in standard SAP, as your production is against the

    sales order. If you want to post the stock order stock in the unrestricted stock, you can do it

    by stock transfer within location using t-code:MB1B, here select the movement type 411E and

    maitain the sales order and its order qty and save, your sales order stock will be moved to

    unrestricted stock.

    Please check and revert.

    Thanks,

    Hrishi

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    Former Member
    Nov 15, 2010 at 01:35 PM

    Answered

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