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Stock In Transit - No Document Reference


For a Material, there are some quantity showing in Stock In Transit in MMBE.

When we check the same in MB5T, we do not find any.

How to track and find the corresponding documents for the stock in transit.

What could be the issue?



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    Posted on Jun 11, 2012 at 09:31 PM

    check in MB51 if you have movements with transaction 303 to 306

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  • Posted on Jun 11, 2012 at 09:34 PM

    Hi Ram

    MB5T report only reads the stock in transit from the PO histories. (i.e. the goods issues against the goods receipts). Have you checked all the database selection options on the initial MB5T screen?

    - Stock Transfer Orders

    - Cross Company Code

    - Incl. POs w. Del. Cmpl. Status

    - Incl. Deleted Purchase Orders

    - Incl. Blocked Purchase Orders

    If the PO history is balancing then MB5T will not show stock in transit.

    However, if there was remaining stock in transit due to rounding / conversion of unit of measures in the transfer you may see this in table MARC, field TRAME.

    Have a look in the 'Cause and prerequisites' section of note 392205.

    You could use history table MARCH to narrow down to which period the stock in transit came from by analysing the field TRAME in it. And then find relevant material documents posted at that time with the material / plant combination.

    Also, try report MBTRAME for the material / plant which might give you a relevant purchasing document but do not run this in update mode.

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