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MB31:why the SLoc field become invisible?

Dear gurus.

I created one Production Order 100000609 in t-code CO01.And then run the Goods Issue to the Production Order 100000609 successfully in t-code mb1a.Also I have confirm the Production Order 100000609 in t-code CO11N.

At last I want to do the Goods Receipt for the Production Order 100000609 in t-code MB31.When enter the first screen of MB31,I click the "TO Order..." button and one window pop up.In the pop up window I input the Movement Type 101 and Order 100000609 .After press enter,the pop up window closed and go to the "Items" screen like below:

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Posting Date    2010-04-08

Item Quantity          EUn Material           Plnt  SLoc Order               C
                       BUn Material Description          Batch      Re MvT S S
   1 2                 CAN A1                 Z1    1001 100000609
                                                                       101 +
                                                                       
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When I press enter,the SLoc(stockage location) field become invisible!!!When I click the save button,the sap show "Document 5000000462 posted".I check the Document 5000000462 in t-code mb03 and found the Document 5000000462 have not Account Document.Then I go to the t-code mmbe to check the stock of the Material A1 and found its inventory have not increase.

I don't know why the SLoc(stockage location) field become invisible???I have try to do the Goods Receipt with Movement Type 501 in t-code mb1c and every thing was ok.The Material A1's inventory in SLoc 1001 increase successfully.So I gruess it's not the problem of Material A1.

So my question was why the SLoc(stockage location) field become invisible in t-code MB31?Thank you so much!

Regards!

Edited by: ringo123456 on Apr 8, 2010 11:00 AM

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