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Considering component shelf life in batch determination

Introduction :  inspiration for this blog  derived from thread  http://scn.sap.com/thread/3414474 . I assume all basic settings for batch management and batch determination for components are in place. Without waiting, enjoy the short ride with me.

Process steps:

  1. Create batch class T-CODE CL01

Adding  Characteristics LOBM_VFDAT

SAVE

2.MAINTAIN IN MATERIAL MASTER--CLASSIFICATION VIEW

3.SORT SEQUENCE T-CODE : CU70

4.CREATE STRATEGY CLASS To be used in Batch Determination process.

5. T-CODE : CU65

Enter and click on        Button 

Make sure to mark  LOBM_RLZ and LOBM_LFDAT as input parameters as shown above.

Follow Menu path->Goto ->Basic data here select status 1 as Released.

Save

6.DEFINE DEPENDANCY T-CODE : CU01 Enter LOBM_UBD as shown below.

ENTER

CLICK ON 

And paste below code

            FUNCTION LOBM_UBD

(LOBM_LFDAT = $SELF.LOBM_LFDAT,

LOBM_RLZ = $SELF.LOBM_RLZ,

LOBM_VFDAT = $SELF.LOBM_VFDAT)

IF LOBM_LFDAT SPECIFIED


Save

7.DEFINING BATCH SEARCH STRATEGY T-CODE : COB1

7.a  SELECTION CRITERIA :Choose required strategy, I have chosen CO02.Assign class ZCLASS_002 here. Make an entry for expiration date check. I mentioned  > 50 days here .

7.b SORT RULE

7.c DETAILS SHOULD BE LIKE THIS

8.For demo created three batches as below

CREATE ORDER AND DO BATCH DETERMINATION IN COMPONENET OVERVIEW  Correct one:

Correct one:

         Wrong one

Its very short now.i will  update it with more details next week.I will try to cover more issues related to Batch determination in this blog only based on comments.Waiting for all positive and negative feedback’s 🙂 .

Best Regards,

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