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Difference Between IM and WM

Hi,

I am facing a issue .

A material is transferred from one plant to another plant by 301 Mvt Type.

Both the storage locations of the plant ( issuing and receiving ) are attached to a single Warehouse.

In the recieving Location stock is shown in IM only and not in WM .

This transaction happened some two years back.

Storage Location is not HU managed.

I checked in the LX23 and it is showing the difference of 1 Piece between IM and WM ( in WM it is not there).

How to clear this diffference?

I had checked SAP notes 535043,660009and 583723 but remain inconclusive.

Please advise.

Best Regards

Ankur

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  • Posted on Jul 02, 2012 at 03:47 PM

    As it is two years back movement do the physical inventory at warehouse level then it will clear differences between IM and WM.

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    • Refer below steps .

      This required to match the stock between IM and WM qty.WE have seen similar kind of issues like this before for us SAP also suggested this.

      LI01N - create / activate inventory doc

      (LI02N - activate)

      LI11N - enter count result

      LI20 - clear differences WM

      LI21 - clear differences IM (please use interim storage type 999)

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    Posted on Jul 06, 2012 at 05:04 AM

    Hi,

    As transaction is 2 years back, are you sure at that time also Both Plant+sloc combination was attached to warehouse? If it is like that, then have you created TO for material document generated and also check have you confirm that TO.

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