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Unit of Measure of Shopping cart item different from PR UoM

Hello, Guys , I faced one problem with UOM in shopping cart. In our business scenario, we transfer Purchase Requirment from ECC to SRM as shopping cart.

Ttem unit in PR is 'M', unit of created shopping cart was changed to 'EA', but the quantity is same, not changed. I also check the ordered unit in material master in SRM, orded unit is 'EA'.

Any one met the problem before? Any suggestion are welcomed.

Tks.

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    Posted on Dec 12, 2011 at 08:21 PM

    Hello,

    If order unit in puchasing tab is set as 'EA' in commpr01, shopping cart will be created with this unit.

    As there is no relationship between 'Meter' and 'Each", there will not be any quantity change.

    If this material has a lenght dimension, you have to maintain the UOM properly.

    Regards,

    Ricardo

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      Hi, Ricardo, Tanks for your reply.

      In tcode commpr01, I have maintained converision factor between 'Meter' and 'EA', 200 M = 1 EA, but it donot make effect the quantity in shopping cart. The quantity of shopping cart is same as PR in ECC. It is strange.

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    Posted on Dec 13, 2011 at 11:10 AM

    Hi,

    Are you using srm 7.0? i

    Is yes and you are using xml to transfer PR from ERP to SRM then xml will hold the ISO code and not the UOM,

    so when the xml is processed in SRM the ISO code is pick and relavent UOM is picked. Make sure the mapping of ISO and UOM (tcode; CUNNI) in ERP and SRM are in sync.

    Regards

    Sam

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