We can identify the list of message types which are entered manually for a Purchase order by inputting Purchase Order number in object key field along with input of X to field MANUE. It will give the details of output types which are maintained manually.
Same approach can be used for other documents like Outbound delivery, Shipment etc. If MANUE=Blank, it comes under automatically updated with output condition records
Answer: Yes. When we create new plant, we generally copy from reference plant. It is recommended also. It may be SAP standard 1000 or any existing Plant which was implemented earlier.
During this activity, system will copy all the storage locations of reference plant and we can see those under IMG Activity-SPRO-Enterprise Structure-Material Management-Maintain Storage Location (Transaction Code -OX09). We can remove storage locations which are not required and also we can change the description etc. as per the business requirement.
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As we aware that Purchase Value key can be assigned in Purchasing view for material. But Purchase value key can be assigned although we don’t create Material Master with below configuration step where we assign valuation class to Material group.
IMG – Material Management – Purchasing – Material Master – Entry Aids for items without a Material Master
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I got an idea to prepare this document as per the flow of tickets in one of the support projects I worked. When user wants to reverse the entire quantity of the previous document which he/she has posted earlier can be done easily with the help of Transaction code MBST or Cancellation option in MIGO. But when he/she wants to perform partial reverse, it would be a task which needs some manual effort. Although it is not that much critical activity, I felt this document will be helpful to handle this successfully