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Component storage location selection based on the process order type.

Requirement is as follows.

There is a material finished product with 5 components in itu2019s BOM. These five components are having stocks in two different storage locations say one is R&D storage location and second is regular commercial storage location in warehouse. Now there are two process order types say one R&D order type and regular commercial order type. Now when process order is created with R&D order type and after then when we do batch determination for components it has to select batches of component materials in R&D storage location. When process order is created with regular commercial order type then when we do batch determination for components it has to select batches of component materials in regular commercial storage location. This has to happen automatically. Is this can be configured in standard system. Header material will have only one BOM and one recipe means only one production version.

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Vinamrath

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  • Posted on Dec 09, 2011 at 11:25 AM

    Dear Vinamrath,

    In my understanding I dont think by some config we can meet this requirement,but Check using this BADI -

    WORKORDER_UPDATE using the method IN_UPDATE/AT_SAVE or else using INITIALIZE

    Regards

    Mangalraj.S

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