The Inventory Level Adjustment Run is creating duplicated Replenishment Tasks for the same source Logistics Area XXX.
XXX = Logistics Area ID.
SAP Business ByDesign.
Reproducing the Issue
- Go to the Internal Logistics work center.
- Select the Task Control view.
- Select Open Advanced Filter.
- Fulfill the Source Logistics Area as XXX.
- Fulfill the Operation Type as Replenish.
- Click Go.
There are duplicated Replenishment Tasks which are not confirmed yet.
The Replenishment Rule for the Logistics Area XXX is of type Consumption Based with Replenishment Quantity Code of type Constant Quantity. Each time an Inventory Level Adjustment Run is executed, a Warehouse Request is created until the sum of the On-Hand inventory and incoming documents is lower than the quantity set as Replenishment Quantity. If the inventory was lower than the Replenishment Quantity, a Warehouse Request and eventually a Task were created for this quantity. The run was again executed, and this time again, the On-Hand stock along with the incoming document (previously created Warehouse Request) was lower than the Replenishment Quantity, hence another Warehouse Request was created.
Please follow the steps to check the Logistics Area master data:
- Go to the Supply Chain Design Master Data work center.
- Select the Locations view.
- Search for the Location where the Logistics Area XXX is in.
- Select the Location where the Logistics Area XXX is in.
- Click Edit Layout.
- Find the Logistics Area XXX.
- Select the Logistics Area XXX.
- Select Replenishment and Removal Rules tab.
- Select Replenishment subtab.
Here you can check the Replenishment Type, Replenishment Quantity Code and Replenishment Quantity mentioned.
According to the master data maintained, the system is working as expected.
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