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EHP7 for SAP ERP

6.0
April 2014
English

Physical Inventory /
Inventory Count &
Adjustment (137)
Building Block Configuration Guide

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SAP Best Practices Physical Inventory / Inventory Count & Adjustment (137): Configuration
Guide

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Content

1 Purpose................................................................................................................................ 5
2 Preparation.......................................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Prerequisites.................................................................................................................. 5
3 Configuration........................................................................................................................ 5
3.1 Allow Freezing of Book Inventory Balance in Storage Location.....................................5
3.2 Define Tolerances for Physical Inventory Differences - User.........................................6
3.3 Define Tolerances for Physical Inventory Differences - Group.......................................6

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Physical Inventory

1 Purpose
This configuration guide provides the information that you need to manually set up configuration
of this building block.
If you do not want to configure manually and prefer an automated installation process using the
SAP Best Practices Installation Assistant and other tools, refer to the SAP Best Practices Quick
Guide.

2 Preparation
.2.1 Prerequisites
Before you start installing this building block, you must install prerequisite building blocks. For
more information, see the Building Block Prerequisite Matrix (Prerequisites_Matrix_[xx]_[yy]_
[zz].xls; the placeholder [xx] depends on the SAP Best Practices version you use, for example, BL
refers to the SAP Best Practices Baseline Package, [yy] depends on the language version, for
example, EN for English language, and [zz] depends on the country version, for example, CO for
Colombia: Prerequisites_Matrix_BL_EN_CO.xls). This document can be found in the SAP Best
Practices documentation package in the folder ..\[xx]_[zz]\Documentation\; ([xx] depends on the
SAP Best Practices version and [zz] depends on the country version).

3 Configuration
.3.1 Allow Freezing of Book Inventory Balance in Storage
Location

Use
The purpose of this step is to allow freezing of book inventory balance in storage location.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:
IMG Menu Materials Management Inventory Management and Physical
Inventory Physical Inventory Allow Freezing of Book
Inventory Balance in Storage Location
Transaction Code SPRO

2. In the Determine Work Area: Entry dialog box, enter Plant Plant 1 (1000) and
confirm pressing Enter.
3. On the Change View Storage Locations: Overview screen, select the checkbox Freeze
book inv. SLoc for the storage locations shown below:

Storage Location
Shop Floor (1020)
Shipping (1030)

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Store (1050)
Returns (1060)

4. Choose Save.
5. Choose Back.
6. Repeat steps 1 to 5 for the values shown below:

Plant Storage Location


Plant 2 (1100) Shipping (1130)
Plant 2 (1100) Returns (1160)

.3.2 Define Tolerances for Physical Inventory Differences - User

Use
The purpose of this step is to define tolerances for physical inventory differences.

Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:
IMG Menu Materials Management Inventory Management and Physical
Inventory Physical Inventory Define Tolerances for
Physical Inventory Differences
Transaction Code OMJ2

2. On the Maintain Phys. Inv. Tolerance Employee screen choose pushbutton Physical
inventory tolerance group.
3. On the Change View Tolerance Groups for Persons Processing Inventory Diff.: screen make
the following entries:

Phys.inv.tolerance grp Company Code


0001 Plant 1 (1000)

4. Choose Save.
5. Choose Back.

.3.3 Define Tolerances for Physical Inventory Differences -


Group

Use
The purpose of this step is to define tolerances for physical inventory differences.

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Procedure
1. Access the activity using one of the following navigation options:
IMG Menu Materials Management Inventory Management and Physical
Inventory Physical Inventory Define Tolerances for
Physical Inventory Differences
Transaction Code OMJ2

2. On the Maintain Phys. Inv. Tolerance Employee screen choose pushbutton Physical
inventory tolerance group select with double click the line for 1000.
3. On the Change View Tolerance Groups for Persons Processing Inventory Differences screen
enter the values shown below:

Diff. Amount per Diff. Amount per


phys.inv.doc phys.inv. item
10.000.000 1.000.000

Estos valores no se encuentran registrados

4. Choose Save.
5. Choose Back.
6. Repeat steps 1 to 5 for Plant 2 (1010).

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