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UD - Stock posting of materials handled with HU

Hello Masters,

I have one scenario and need your help for same.

Material will be received in storage location with HU management active. (Example: 60 pcs are received as GR against PO) According to HU definition, system will create handling units (2 HUs are created, one with 50 pcs and another with 10 pcs). As material master will have inspection type 01 active, system will create inspection lot. After quality inspection I found 5 pcs with defects and needs to be scrapped but when I go for 'Inspection Lot Stock' tab in UD there is no option of splitting HU. I can post goods only in term of HU and not material quantity.

So my query is, how inspection lot quantity can be splited and posted partially into scrap and unrestricted?

I hope I was clear enough in explaining my query but in case any other information is required then please let me know.

Thanks in advance.

Best Regards,


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    Posted on May 06, 2011 at 01:37 AM

    In SAP you cannot split the quantity for HU managed material.

    The system always posts the total quantity of a HU item when usage decision.

    Refer to SAP help portal.



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    • Thanks Luke for your reply.

      Is there any exit available which can allow splitting of HU during UD-stock posting?

      As there can be many instances where material will be handled with HU and though in actual material will be removed (unpacked) from HU for inspection, to perform same in sytem can be skipped if system split HU during UD-stock posting and create new HU in background according to qty moved to different stocks.

      I hope I was able to explain possible scenario.

      Please let me know if you any such exit which can help in mapping such scnarios.

      Thank you in advance,


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