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Enter the date of production

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While doing confirmation in SRM 7.0 , SP 07 , i am getting error as "Enter the date of production". any body aware of this issue.

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Ashish

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  • Posted on Jan 27, 2011 at 04:39 AM

    4. Question:

    You use Transaction MIGO to enter a goods receipt for the purchase order . When you post the goods movement, the system issues error message 12 018: "Enter the date of production".

    After you enter the production date, the system issues message 12 006 "Existing SLED (&1) has been changed to &2 by the program", however, the original date is still displayed. Was the document updated correctly with the new SLED anyhow?

    Answer:

    The material document has been posted with the correct, changed date - even if no change occurred on the screen, and as a result the current date could not be displayed.

    This system response is also described in Note 212342, point 2 'New system response', which is valid for materials managed in batches and those that are not managed in batches.

    faq :- Note 519303 - FAQ: Goods movement with Transaction MIGO

    Note 212342 - 12018: SLED is not copied

    Symptom

    You enter a goods receipt for the purchase order by using Transaction MIGO. The material ordered is to be handled in batches in this case.Error message 12018 "Enter the date of production" is issued when you post the goods movement.However, the system also generates this error message when you have entered the date of production.

    Furthermore the date of production on tab page 'Batch' is always overwritten by the date of production from the batch master record provided the batch is already marked in the purchase order

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