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Change Valuation Type for Batch (Split valuation)

We have a batch record created automatically during a goods receipt for PO. The Valuation type on the batch record is "New".

I'm trying to change the valuation type to "Trial" having retrieved the record (MSC2N) entering the material number, batch number, plant and storage location.

Having changed the valuation type theres a warning "Change of valuation type - check open process"

After entering through the warning then saving, I hit an error - "please enter stor. location". I already entered the storage location to retrieve the record so it's displayed, and can't see where else to enter it? Can anyone help please?

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Nov 17, 2011 at 09:20 PM

    when you change the valuation type in the batch record, then SAP creates a movement 340 in background.

    I guess you have changed the field settings for this movement and hided the storage location or made it mandatory

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      Thanks for the repsonse, did you mean transaction OMJJ (The "Transfer" section?). The Receiving storage location is configured as optional presently. Or do you mean configuration elsewhere?

      Many thanks

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2011 at 10:30 AM

    I managed to overcome this error aided by OSS note 215850, by entries i've made in table T156. However theres a new error

    "Error 3 in posting for status change" M7 661. OSS note 958105 refers to it, but my settings mirror the note. So stumped as to a resolution 😔

    Help anyone?


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