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multi level of bom in one FG item so that i could not transfer the Qty using MRP process. i am doing a inventory transfer request process using MRP plan. if one FG item having One BOM i can transfer the Qty easily. but multi level bom i could not transfer how do i transfer?? how do i solve this scenario??

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    Posted on Jul 04, 2012 at 03:32 PM


    Can you please update with a detailed example with the items and steps what you are doing and the expected result?

    It will better to understand the issue and test and find a solution/workaround.

    Kind Regards,


    SAP Business One Forum Team

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      i am using SAP b1 8.82

      item code item description

      1N66GF33TN N66GF33T NATRUAL -----------Fg item



      3BAN66GF33TN -------BOM 1




      3BAN66GF33TN -------BOM 1




      this finished item having multible bom so i could not transfer the QTY through the MRP process. in final step i am getting message from the system. finally i have attached the print screen for ur reference. if my FG item having one BOM i can easily transfer the Qty through the MRP process.

      itemcode item description

      Aa101 Computer------FG


      M101 mouse

      K101 keyboard

      this is one parent type of bom . this scenario i can easily transfer the Qty.

      MRP BOM.png (36.2 kB)
      MRP.png (13.4 kB)
  • Posted on Jul 06, 2012 at 07:51 AM

    Hi Ramesh,

    Your thread seems posted to SAP Addon forum. Your thread is asking about MRP, meanwhile MRP is not a SAP addon.

    Please repost your thread in the sap b1 application forum to have much answers or replies.


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