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Reconciling Inventory data at PSA level.

Hi Experts,

Would like to know your opinion on how to reconclie Inventory data at PSA level with T-code MC.9

In report I am using infoObject 0VALSTCKVAL:- Valuated Stock Value & 0VALSTCKQTY :- Valuated Stock Quantity.

These objects are cummulative key figures dervived from 0RECVS_VAL & 0ISSVS_VAL.I am able to reconcile at reports level....but I would like to know if its possible reconcile the data at PSA level where infoObjects 0VALSTCKVAL & 0VALSTCKQTY are not avaliable.

Can you please tell me if its possible if so then how?

Thanks in advance

Aman

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2011 at 07:06 AM

    Hi,

    Key figures 0VALSTCKVAL:- Valuated Stock Value & 0VALSTCKQTY :- Valuated Stock Quantity are of type 'Non Cumulative' and the Inventory data is calculated during the query execution time based on Issues, Receipts, Marker update & opening balance.

    I would suggest performing data reconcilation with MC.9 transaction at Info cube level rather than PSA level. If you want to perform reconcilation at PSA level then suggest referring to material movements data i.e. material document level reconciliation.

    Hope this info helps.

    Bala

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    Posted on Jul 14, 2011 at 01:09 AM

    Hi

    Yep as said...you can compare only based on material level and that too you need to calculate or check manually the GR and GI qty as you know that IM does the calculation at backend...

    Also you can check the stocks for the respective material using these TC. MMBE and MB52. I hope this would be useful.

    Also check whether your user or your or previous implementation consultant has created any SAP Reports for Stock check for the customer..

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