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Storage bin 060 does not exist (check your entry) in VLMOVE

Hi

Recently we made a sloc THFI as WM managed and user trying to move old HUs form THFI to T1

mov typ: 311

plant 3150

and encountering the below Error

Storage bin 060 does not exist (check your entry)

Message no. L9009

we debugged and identified the below

if any one having the solution for this please suggest us.

Thanks

Kiran

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2012 at 08:22 AM

    Dear Kiran

    Have all previous stocks in THFI moved to WM . if so i think it might have relevant SU attached to it.

    if not SU should be added to relevant quant and then posting can be done .

    Thanks

    Jinoy

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Kiran ,

      Have you migrated all your IM stocks with HU to WM , if not you should do same to match stocks at IM & WM.

      Please refer doc regarding stock migration from non WM managed location to WM managed location.

      HU in IM will be mapped to SU in WM , you should update relevant stock in WM through LSMW with relevant HU information which will be updated as SU in WM.

      Kindly let me know incase of any further querys.

      Thanks

      Jinoy

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2012 at 08:44 AM

    Kindly confirm if issue is resolved.

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