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SLED in Batch Master

Dear Gurus,

Currently I have encountered a very weird case in my Production: The SLED was changed in my Batch Master (as seen in MSC3N) from 21.07.2010 to 00.00.0000.

The change log shows that it was changed by user, using T-code MIGO.

I have checked that on that date and time, the user reversed a GR.

The scenario was user is trying to transfer some goods to another plant. Both GI and GR was done. At this point of time, the SLED was still showing in both GR and Batch Master.

Subsequently when the GR was reversed, the SLED was reset. Therefore when user re-do the GR again, the SLED was not captured in the new GR.

May I check with you guys on why is the SLED being updated? In addition, the "last Goods Receipt date" was also changed to 00.00.0000.

Kindly note that the GR performed was not a 101, it is a customized movement type which it is not suppose to update the details in Batch Master.

Appreciate your expertise and look forward to the inpus of you guys.

Thank you very much in advance.

Warmest Regards,

Joanna

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2011 at 03:08 PM

    It seems when the GR reversed the Batch SLED set to 00.00.0000.When you re do GR with custom mvt the the Batch sled is not updated as per your setting.The reason could while receiving the user might not entered the manufacturing date and sled date while receiving the material.Could you please check in material master setting in Material general palnat data storage view is the sled period maintained in material master.If you do not maintain in material then system will not auatomatically caluculate SLED date while material receipt.

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