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Available Serial Numbers in my DB.

I have SAP B1 8.8 PL 12.

I need to know what are all the available serial numbers in my system or if have a serial number i need to know if it is available to sell or not.

what tables and flags can i see to get that information. Previously i used to use OSRI tables for that.

But now i am using OSRN and OITL and ITL1 for getting information on serial number but they dont have the available status.

pls help.



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  • Posted on Dec 31, 2011 at 12:41 AM



    SerialNumbers is a business object that represents the serial numbers and additional tracking information of items. This object is part of the Inventory and Production module.

    Source table: OSRN, OITL, ITL1.


    This object helps you to track items using their serial number. A computer, for example, can be located by its serial number. The serial number can provide additional information regarding a specific item such as its manufacturing date, warranty data, location in warehouse, and so on.

    To display the form in the application:

    Select Inventory --> Item Management --> Serial Number --> Serial Numbers Management.

    Set your selection criteria and click OK. (The form will appear only if Serial Numbers are defined for the selected items.)

    To de-allocate batches without actually remove them from stock (based Delivery), update SO so that it has no batches defined - it works this way in the UI and should work in DI the same - if not it should be fixed. Please note that batches allocated by Reserve Invoice canNOT be deallocated this way since we do not support Reserve Invoice updating. Batches allocated by Reserve Invoice can only be drawn to the Delivery/Invoice.



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