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SRM - EBP - No reservation in backend

Hi All,

We are on SRM server 500 with SP 5. We defined in config that if stock is available in backend, it should create reservation otherwise externel procurement.

In first case, where everything is fine in R/3 i.e. stock is available in that plant and sloc. When we create SC and do availability check, it throws error message "The required quantity is neither available on

another date, nor is it available at another plant" i.e.this functionality is not working.

Where am I doing mistake ?

Regards,

Anupam

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    Posted on Jul 05, 2005 at 11:03 PM

    Hy Anupam,

    I already experienced troubles with this functionnality. The FM that is called for availability check in R/3 didn't work the way we wanted.

    To get what's wrong have a look in table BBP_FUNCTION_MAP to find the FM that is called for AVAILABILITY CHECK for your R/3 system version: it should be called something like B40B_AVAILABILITY_CHECK.

    Then you''l be abble to call the FM directly and find what's wrong.

    Once you've find the cause of the error, you'll be abble to make your own FM, and assign it to the availability check action with the BADI for driver determination.

    Hope it'll help.

    Regards.

    Vadim

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      Hi,

      The control record table is used locally by the SRM to call the correct backend function: it has to be filled with CORE_DESTINATION and CORE_LOGSYS entries as far as I remember.

      You'd better call the Meta bapi function instead: It should be called META_MATERIAL_AVAILABILITY or something like that.

      Regards.

      Vadim.

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