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No destination storage bin to be found in storage type 916

Dear all,

In step create TO (LT03) refer to Cross dock Inbound, it happen into 2 scenarios:

Scenario 1: If inbound has several items and each item is pack into separate H/Us , then TO can be create successfully

Scenario 2: If inbound has several items and several items is pack into same H/U (mixing several quantity of several item in one HU) then we get the error ""Control data for storage type is missing"".

We already configured for storage type search strategy and storage type can be determine as 916 correctly but another error occur ""No destination storage bin to be found in storage type 916"""

Do you know what is problem on the configuration ?

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 07:35 AM


    are you sure what you want to do is supported at all?




    1. Opportunistic cross-docking may not always work in a non-RF environment.

    2. The cross-docking of mixed pallets is not supported.

    3. Cross-docking only applies to available stock, and not stock in quality control, returns stock or blocked stock"

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      Dear all,

      Is Cross Dock doesn't support for multiple Items (inbound) packed into same H/U? I do searching but not much document mention abt this. Any body experience on this please help me confirm....

      Thank you very much.

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