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Enter Inventory Count or physical inventory count upload


Is ther a way to automate the physical inventory count ?

Means suppose I have all my counts in a spreadhseet, can I use some BAPI or something to upload this?

It is very difficult to enter inventory count for all materials and batch numbers.

So we are trying some option to make this automate.

Please advice.

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  • Posted on Aug 16, 2011 at 05:39 PM

    Hello ,

    We have a BAPI (BAPI_MATPHYSINV_COUNT) that can be

    used to enter physical inventory count results and you should be able to

    use this object i.e.

    Business Object BUS2028

    Method COUNT



    Also, the transaction MI34 can also be used to upload the

    count results but the file has to be available on the SAP application

    server. As described in the documentation of transaction MI34 the

    sequential file has to have the same format as the table BISEG. In

    the case of MI34 here again the PI document and item etc. would have

    to be specified in the file. But if you want to create PI documents

    and enter the results in one step (similar to transaction MI09)

    the transaction MI39 could be used for this purpose if the PI documents

    do not exist in the system.

    These are the possibilities you have to upload inventory count data,

    I hope this helps,



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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2012 at 01:40 AM


    You can also consider to use batch input session via MI34.

    Thanks and regards,


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  • Posted on Jan 04, 2014 at 07:10 AM

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