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ATP with stock in transit

Hi frieds,

When we are doing a stock transfer with 641, the receiving plant ATP checks not including the incoming transit stock.

How can i include Stock in transit stock in ATP?

I checked OVZ9, It's supports only for 303 and 313 movement types?

any ideas??

Thanks

Rajan

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 04:40 AM

    Hi,

    Again you please check in OVZ9 and give checking rule 'A'. tick the stock in transfer. In case of availability check in delivery select rule 'B'/ It will work. the purpose of the indicator is whether during an availability check, the system takes into

    account any stock that is being transferred into the plant. Thanking you.

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 05:13 AM

    Dear,

    If stock from vendor to be supplied need to included please select "Incl Purchase orders" in OVZ9. Also check note OSS Note 766475 "FAQ: ATP check and confirmation of stock transport orders".

    Regards,

    Syed Hussain.

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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 05:28 AM

    pl check for the combination of checking group maintained in material master for the specific material and checking rule A

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    • yes you can set a MRP indicator in MRP 4 view (you have to enter the storage location to get the section)

      from help.sap.com:

      the MRP indicator at storage location level excludes this storage locationu2019s stock from the planning run. Thus, the storage locationu2019s stock is not contained in the available stock at plant level, nor is it included in the planning run. The exclusion of storage location stock is only relevant to the planning run - for example, this stock is still completely available for withdrawals.

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