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Storage Location In Goods Receipt.

Hi experts!

In automatic goods receipt for Production Orders, the storage location to the good movements is defined in material master (MRP2 - Production Storage Location), and copied to Production Order during the creation.

I have some semi-finished materials that can be used to produce more then one finished materials, where the goods issue for this material are executed in diferent storage location. I want that the storage location to SFP goods receipt is defined in accordance with your use in the next production line (FP).

Example:

Material 10 (SFP). This material is component of the material 20 (FP) and material 30 (FP). In production of the material 20, the goods issue storage location is A. In production of the material 30, the goods issue storage location is B. If the Production Order of the material 10 is created to reservation of the Material 20, the storage location defined in Production Order of the material 10 is A. If reservation of the material 30, storage location B.

In short, i want know that is possible change the goods receipt storage location automatically, looking the next Production Order goods issue storage location.

MTS Environment.

Picking by MF60 is not a option, we need send the material directly to the next goods issue storage location.

Any suggestion?

Thanks a lot.

Best Regards,

RMS

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    Posted on Aug 07, 2011 at 02:07 AM

    Hi,

    I can think of three things to check which determines storage location automatically.

    Please go through each of these things and check what is applied to your scenario.

    1) Check whether you have given production storage location in MRP2 view of material.

    If you maintain prod sto loc at material level of SFP, it will be copied to all the production orders for all the FPs.

    e.g. for Material 10 (SFP) you maintained prod stor loc (Lets say A sto loc) at MRP2 view, Sto loc A will be copied to all the production orders of both FPs Material 20 and Material 30.

    2) Check whether in the work center you have assigned a supply area, supply area is usually assigned to storage location.

    3) Check BOM of that material, go in to each of the component details and go to "Status/long text" tab and check whether you have assigned supply area or production storage location.

    If you maintain it at the BOM item level, sto loc will be copied from here.

    e.g.

    In BOM details of Material 20 (FP), go to BOM Item details of Material 10 (SFP) and maintain sto loc A in supply area or production storage location of Status/long text" tab.

    It will copy prod sto loc A for all the production order of Material 20 (FP)

    In BOM details of Material 30 (FP), go to BOM Item details of Material 10 (SFP) and maintain sto loc B in supply area or production storage location of Status/long text" tab.

    It will copy prod sto loc B for all the production order of Material 30 (FP)

    I think this is what you want, you can maintain diff sto locations in BOM as explained above, It should solve your issue.

    I hope this explanation is sufficient to solve your problem.

    Do revert in case you need more explanation.

    Regards,

    Abhay Kapase

    Edited by: AbhayKapase on Aug 7, 2011 7:38 AM

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    Posted on Aug 07, 2011 at 08:06 AM

    solman,

    do you wnat to identify goods receipt storage location of FG based on SFG goods issue storage location?

    check use of production version for this purpose.

    Regards,

    santosh Sarda

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