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I am working with REM scenario.

When i am checking my RAW Material batch using MB56 transaction. It is showing me the other batches for the same RAW material.


My Assemblies Batch is A01.....A02...A03.

Component Batch is C01....C02...C03.

When i am checking in MB56 where used list for my Assembly batch A01.My expected result is the report shows me only batch C01. But the report showing me all the batches for the component C01,C02,C03.

How can i correct the error? Any customizing or any master data change is require?


Edited by: Maulik on Mar 24, 2011 8:03 AM

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2011 at 02:33 AM

    System will show all the batches of raw material used for that respective order( finish material batch) in MB56, this is the STD behavior of MB56.

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    • Former Member Maulik Vania

      Please check the flag "Update Batch Where-used list" in your REM Profile. Normally, the batch where-used list is tied with order. Since in REM environment, we will use the same order for the same FG/prod.version. Therefore, the batch where-used list is many to many relationship.

      With this flag, SAP said in its help:

      " If you set this indicator, the update of the batch where-used list is

      enhanced with a batch-specific update (multibatch function). This means

      that batches produced for the relevant repetitive manufacturing are

      linked with the used component batches you actually used. The enhanced

      update takes place during the repetitive manufacturing backflush.


      Together with the normal update of the batch usage data that is simply

      order-related, the batch where-used list can reproduce the actual

      relationship between produced and used batches with the help of the

      enhanced update. Without this enhancement, the batch where-used list

      delivers order-related totals records."

      Please try and revert.


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    Posted on Jan 10, 2013 at 02:10 PM

    Dear Chanchai,

    May I know if this multibatch function support discrete/process order? If not, is it possible with enchancement? Thanks,



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