Blocking Material on SAP Sales Order

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Hello, I am trying to find a way in SAP to block a material on a sales order for a specific plant. Here is my situation: 1. We have materials that have been extended to all of our existing plants. 2. We now do not want to stock certain materials at all plants but are unable to un-extend those materials from these plants. 3. We do not want to allow a sales order to be saved if it is requesting one of these materials from one of these plants where we are no longer stocking inventory. I know about the Material Listing and Exclusion function, but really do not want to have to maintain condition records at the customer level. This is really a plant level problem. Is there some other way in SAP to block the material on a sales order? Any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks. Jill
ASKED: March 10, 2005  10:44 AM
UPDATED: March 21, 2005  10:07 AM

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Hi Jill,

Sorry if you’ve already tried, but have you considered setting Plant Specific Status in MRP1 tab of materials for the plants?

This should let you control the plants from which the material can be issued without impacting its usage in other plants.

HTH

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    Jill, Did you consider MM06, flagging the material for deletion in the specific plants where you do not want activity. Robin.
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