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batch determination based on WM storage type stock positions

Hello experts,

I am hoping the get some advise on the best method to achieve this:

We have batch determination turned on for select customers and the system is proposing stock that is mainly in our each or lose pick storage types (110), the issue with that is the fact that we do not pick in less then case qty for those customers so if the stock doesn't exist in our general storage the user must re-determinthe batch codes before delivery release.

This process is becoming very time consuming so I would like to improve it.

My first thought is to create a custom check in the batch search strategy that will only propose batch codes that exist in our general storage (search strategy based on WM stock positions)

Are there any other options to achieve a batch search strategy based in WM stock positions other then the one above and does that solution sound practical?

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    Posted on Apr 20, 2011 at 06:08 PM

    "batch determination turned on for select customers" - is your BD setup at SD or WM? I'm assuming based on your subsequent notes that the BD is set up at WM.

    Why cant you include general storage in addition to each or lose pick storage types so that the search is across various storage types. With the aid of a custom routine for quantity proposal (from BD condition record), you should be able to control the pick of full case (not sure how you are controlling this today).

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    Posted on Mar 17, 2011 at 10:07 PM

    No thoughts on the subject? (even a personal opinion would be welcome)

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