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Stock Report with batch number and its Charactristc values

Our material are batch managed and Char values are entered at the time of GR. We need to prepare stock report showing batches for the material, their stock and characteristics values.

Like to know what tables we should use to find the char values. I could not find value in table CAWN

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  • Posted on Dec 18, 2010 at 12:36 PM

    Hi,

    Try with the report CL30N..............................for bacth char values goto table AUSP.....................

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      No, In AUSP table the Value for the Char is showing 0. i.e value of the char which I have passed is not recorded there.

      Please note I have not maintained any value while creating the charactristic I enter char value only at the GR stage.

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2010 at 02:58 PM

    Hi,

    For characteristcis link and values use below tables:

    Characteristics :

    CABN Characteristics ( o.a. batch/vendor)

    CABNT Characteristics description

    CAWN Characteristics ( o.a. material)

    CAWNT Characteristics description

    AUSP Characteristic Values

    Class types and objects :

    TCLAO Several class types for object

    TCLA Class types ( vb. lfa1 => v10 en 010)

    TCLAT Class type text

    TCLT Classifiable objects

    TCLC Classification status

    Links :

    INOB Link between Internal Number and Object

    KLAH Class header data

    KSSK Allocation Table: Object (vb.matnr) to Class

    KSML Characteristics for a class (internal number)

    for batch stock 0 use tables ilken MCHB, MCHA etc,

    hope this helps

    Reg

    Dheeraj

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