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Deactivate / unassign warehouse management (WM) for a storage location

Hi All,

Could you please tell me the steps involved to deactivate / unassign warehouse management (WM) for a storage location in case there is already stock available?

What steps are recommended / involved beside removing the customizing assignment "Assign warehouse number to plant/storage location"?

I am looking for a "quick and dirty" and as well a sustainable approach (e.g. OSS note).

Thank you in advance!

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2013 at 05:34 PM

    you can switch of WM at any time by removing the assignment storage location to warehouse (table T320), but never put it back as any movement done in IM in the meanwhile will create and inconsistency with WM.

    The bigger question is just how do want to leave the system? deleting the assignment will not delete any data. Means the quants are still there and the TRs and TOs as well. And certainly the WM views in your material master.

    if a company was sold and is leaving a SAP system, then they usually do not clean their mess. It would certainly appreciated, but I have never really seen this happen.As it is a huge amount of work to cancel all picked and not yet delivered stocks, to cancel then the delivery, subsequently reject the sales order. then posting the stock to zero with 562 movement , picking the stock for the the 562 movement, confirming it....running archiving for TO, TR, transfer postings. Setting deletion indicators to material master WM views, running archiving for this data....


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