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unable to see Inspection lot stock tab in UD??? how to make it appear?

Hello Friends

Some how i am getting three unexpected observation

1. Inspection lot stock tab in UD is not to make it appear so that i can do the quantity posting can be done.

For your information this is against good receipt & QA32 quantity to be posted is showing the qty correctly.....which means stk is in quality

2. In MMBE transaction i am not able to view batch & qty posting

3 In MB51 i can see the document details but qty is showing in unrestricted....which means stk in unrestricted which contractdory to my first statement.

Kindly let me know

1. How to make Inspection lot stock table available in UD

2 Any clue for 2 & 3 point if possible.

Thanks & Regards


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  • Posted on May 05, 2011 at 11:23 AM


    Though inspection is pending, the actual stock is in Unrestricted.

    Please check in MM02> QM view. For the inspection type 01. "post to inspection stock" radio button might not have been activated. Pls tick on the radio button. For future lots, system will show you the inspection lot stock in UD.



    Edited by: Sachin Upare on May 5, 2011 1:24 PM

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      Hello All

      During trial and error we found that when P.O. has a/c assignment Category as K the inspection lot->UD->inspection lot stock tab was invisible where as when we removed a/c ass. Category as blank the system behaves correctly.

      Other things also corrected.

      Thanks for your inputs



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