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MB11 can move decimal parts of pieces....

Hi all, i have a big problem, from mb11/mb1c/migo etc we can post good movements for decimal parts of items declared as pieces

so i checked table T006 but for PZ field DECAN is correctly setted = 0

what may i check/do ?

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 01:36 PM


    This is standard SAP Behavior, you may need to use some exits to control this,

    Please refer to Note 931971 - Decimal places in stocks and stock postings.


    Chandra Shekhar

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2011 at 01:54 PM

    Ciao Giorgio,

    I have to confirm the information that Chandra sent you...

    As described by note 95869, application development cannot prevent the manual entry of decimals for quantity fields. The fields used in goods movement transactions (MB01, MIGO, ....) are using the domain MENG13, defined with 3 decimals. As a result, manual entry with up to 3 decimals is always allowed and cannot be prevented by application coding.

    Furthermore, there are business situations that require the system to calculate quantities with decimals. Examples are described in attached notes 22043 and 77525.

    Consider the field information provided by F1-help in customizing transaction CUNI, for field 'Decimal Places' (T006-DECAN):

    "This parameter determines the number of decimal places with which this measurement unit is displayed."

    Hence, the decimals defined here are used for the display (output) of quantities only, as described by note 95869, but not for checking user input.

    The decimals settings in CUNI are furthermore used by the programsfor calculating quantity proposals, for example during the MRP...

    Buona Giornata


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