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indicator: Stock plcmt requires confirmation


In the storage Type settings there is an indicator "Stock plcmt requires confirmation". Similar indicator is there for stock removal also. I read the F1 help and searched the forums, but couldn't get it.

In F1 help it says "if there is a stock placement into this storage type, the transfer order item must be confirmed"

But regardless of storage type unless TO item is confirmed, you cannot proceed for further activities. I really dont understand what is the impact on this indicator. I changed the indicator and created a TO manually with mvt type 999, i dont find any difference.

Someone kindly explain about this indicator with an example please.

Thanks in advance.



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    Posted on Nov 28, 2012 at 11:42 AM

    Hi Sham,

    What it means is that when you create a TO from TR during goods movement, you have to confirm the TO manually. It can not be auto confirmed.The confirmation requirement means more work for the user, but it also provides a high degree of stock and information reliability.

    The confirmation requirement can be set up at WM movement type and storage type level.

    Ex:- You do a GR of 100 qty with movement 561. this creates a TR for 100 qty and stock lies in st. type 998. Now you need to create a TO w.r.t TR using LT04. If the storage type that you wish to put the stock into has indicator for "stock plcment confirmation" active, then, once you are done with LT04 you can see that TO is created but not yet confirmed. So, additionally you have to execute LT12 and confirm the TO.

    Hope that helps.



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