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Attach/Dettach 412-e process happen after batch determination,

Hi, Experts,

We are using here MTO scenarion, After production , Stock availble against one Sales order(Exa- X1), After that i have create one delivery document agsint SO -X1, & batch determination also done, Only PGI is pending,

But after that user can do attch/dettach process (movement 412-e-T.code MB1B) X1 SO stock to another SO X2, So i want to restirct atttach/dettach process after createion of delivery agsinst SO- X1,

Can anybody suggest me for this validation, I think standard validation available but i am not aware of this validation,

Thanks a lot in adavance,

Regards:

Happy

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    Posted on Sep 05, 2011 at 04:58 AM

    I would suggest that you set the movement type atp check (OMJJ for 412 E, path update group/wm movementy).

    Enter dynamic av. check movement. to B or F and check rule = B (delivery). It should give you the error if you try to move stock from sales order stock to unrestricted and ATP quantity is no enough to cover the delivery.

    Rgrds,

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      I tried it in my system and it works just fine. Please try these steps.

      Use t-code OMJJ for movement type 413. Browse to value update = X, quantity update = X, stock type = E. Maintain Dyn.Avail.Chk for mvmt = 'F', and checking rule = 'B'.

      I think what we miss out is the configuration OMCP. Click on transaction code. For MB1B, also enter B in checking rule.

      For checking rule itself. The standard setting of B should be revised. It is a good idea to copy the new one and check only delivery. (otherwise the sales requirement will consume atp of sales order as well). If you do copy, please use the new one in the first two steps too.

      Try it out.

      Rgrds,

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