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IBIP_BATCH_INPUT - BOM component allocation not possible ?


I use function module IBIP_BATCH_INPUT to create task list.

I try to assign components on operations and I want to select components from a BOM.

We can do this using "Component Selection" button in transaction IA05.

Is it possible to do this using IBIP_BATCH_INPUT ?

In structure IPIBTMAT we can only use fields IDNRK and MENGE.

It seems that field IHBGR is not usefull.

I can create a component using IDNRK and MENGE but some data from BOM component can't be feed:


- item

- plant


Thank you very much.


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    Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 02:56 PM

    No reply but I found a solution.

    It is not possible to do this using IBIP_BATCH_INPUT, I have open an OSS message and OSS as confirmed this point.

    The only way I found is to make a call transaction for tcode IA05, you can allocate component this way:

    - select operation and click on components button

    - click on component selection button

    - the first time go to "settings", "field selection" and use only fields "material" and "item number", validate

    - to find and mark the good item do "CTRL+F" to search component using the concatenation of material and item number

    - selected the good item

    --> ok component will be allocated to the operation and BOM data will be copied on the new component line.

    It is necessaery to set your user param "PM_TREE_INACTIVE = X" in SU01 before executing program, this param wil change screen config for BOM component tree.

    Hope this post will be helpfull.


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