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COGI Error - RE Reserved quant. exceeded

Hi All,

First of All "Wish You A Happy New Year"

I got a issue with high priority in COGI transaction with Error Text " RE Reserved quant. exceeded by 4,071.456 KG : CPXXXBRT 1000 R100"

Application Area M7 & Message Number 362.

The material is a raw material. I have verified the production order and found, the Requirement Qty for this raw material is 144,275.00, Committed quantity is 29,941.876 & the Withdrawl Qty is 147,667.284

I am new to this error issue in COGI. Can any one guide me what to do now and how to solve this issue quickly?

Thanks & Regards,

Phani Kumar

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    Posted on Jan 01, 2011 at 03:01 PM

    Add the requirement qty in production order by 4071.456 in CO02

    and then Try to post In COGI.

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    • " RE Reserved quant. exceeded by 4,071.456 KG : CPXXXBRT 1000 R100"

      since the material is activated as a Backflush, when the try to post extra qty compare to requirement qty for that reason, Goods movement is failed and log is created in COGi.

      IF they client want the above qty issue against Planned consumption.

      then they need to increase the requirement qty in CO02 by 4071.456, so that the reservation qty will equal as posting

      IF they client want the above qty issue against unplanned consumption.

      Then They can delete the COGI error and post the Goods issue in MB1A, with out entering order in initial screen and the add the order in MB1A and post the raw material

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    Posted on Dec 31, 2010 at 03:35 PM

    The withdrawal quantity is more than teh required quantity and for message M7 362 in transaction OMCQ this message has been mainatined as error message. Can you try to process the error in COGI and see what happens.

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    Posted on Jan 01, 2011 at 03:04 AM

    The first way:

    If withdrawn quantity is right, you check quantity of that raw material in SLOC which you good issue (MMBE), if not enough, you must transfer more for enough quantity, then you choose that row in COGI and Click Save button.

    The second way:

    First, you check Stock in SLOC of that raw material (MMBE) enough actual quantity using in production., if not, you must transfer for enough quantity

    Seconds, You can Delete this row in COGI, then Save it (click Save button on the top)

    Third , you GI(good issue) again with actual quantity.

    Hope this will help you solve the issue.

    Regards,

    DiepNguyen

    Edited by: Diep . Nguyen on Jan 1, 2011 4:07 AM

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  • Posted on Jan 01, 2011 at 09:07 AM

    Dear Atul,

    I have verified the stock of the raw material and there is enough stock located in that storage location.

    I have processed by choosing that row and clicking the SAVE button.

    I got the message u201C 0 goods movements have been successfully executedu201D. Message Number RU091

    Dear Diep,

    The first Way:

    There is enough stock for the material in the SLOC from which GI will be done.

    I have processed by choosing that row and clicking the SAVE button.

    I got the message u201C 0 goods movements have been successfully executedu201D. Message Number RU091

    The Second way,

    First , there is enough quantity in the storage location (MMBE).

    Second, I can not execute it, because the data was in the production server of the client.

    Third, I am unable to understand why we need to do further GI with actual quantity. (Actual quantity means Requirement Qty???)

    Also there is backflush indicator for this material in the production order

    Please guide to what to perform now????

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  • Posted on Jan 03, 2011 at 10:42 AM

    Hi Sunderasan,

    Thank you very much. The issue is resolved. We have done goods issue against planned consumption.

    Hi Atul,

    Thanks for the feed back. Can you please elaborate what will be the effect of RM variance becoming zero, with addition of excess quantity in the production order?

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    • Former Member

      Phani,

      What I meant is that since you are consuming extra qty by adding it in your production order, when you calculate variances, it will not show any variance for the extra consumption as its going in as planned consumption. As the expert above has suggested that if you still want to capture this as an unplanned consumption, delete the cogi error and consume that amount from MB1A.

      Alternatively as I suggested for such kind of situations you can have the system not put it as an error. Look up the message M7 and error code in OMCQ and mark it as blank

  • Posted on Jan 04, 2011 at 01:11 PM

    Dear Atul & Sunderasan,

    Once again thank you very much.

    Dear Atul, got your point.

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