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Stock transfer Inspection lot

Hi,

We have assigned inspection type 08 to all materials and create new movement type Z11 to activate QM for stock transfer and same has been working smoothly. Also we had deactivated QM for movement type 311 and not for 413. Our ppc dept. had allocated stock to sales order resulting in inspection lot in QM but quantity in unrestricted stock. So we had given UD of all such lots w/o quantity posting.But it shows in MD04 and in our customized report in QM.

Pl. guide me how resolve the problem.

Regards,

Rakesh Patel

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 07:21 AM

    hi,

    first u check the in SPRO,

    QM not active indicator is ticked or not.

    If it is ticked against ur mvt type than lotwill be there but without tck posting.

    if it is not ticked than lot will be their along with stck posting.

    in std, against 311 ticked is not there and if u customized z11 than check it, as well check against another one what u have mentioned in ur post.

    Regards

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    • Former Member Former Member

      hi ,

      they all are tha previous enteries, now ownwards , ur lot will be in QI stck and ur able to post it, stck will not move directly to unrestricted stck.

      and if u want that ur these lots which are wrongly posted to unrestricted needs to capture in ur report than u need to take the reversal of all and than repost it , it will solve ur prblm.

      Regards

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    Posted on Dec 07, 2011 at 02:13 PM

    What is status f the lots for which you have done usage decision?.

    Do the stock posting for those lots & then check.

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