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Ibrahem
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Recently I came across the requirement to get inventory ageing directly from SAP ERP 6.0 instead of calculating it on excel sheets with batch isn't configured.

As a prerequisite, the company is using the FIFO method for ageing. So I used T-Code: MB5B to get stock value and quantity on a specific date.

How MB5B works.




MB5B is calculating stock on a specific date by reversing the usual equation of stock calculation

Ending balance = Begining balance + Input - Output

Current stock is known by kept on MBEW-LBKUM and value on MBEW-SALK3 and Input and output is known by material documents so we are left with only one unknown variable "Begining Stock" which is equivalent to "Stock on earlier date". so the stock equation will be

Stock on earlier date = Ending Balance ( Current Stock ) - In + Out

 

How is inventory ageing works


Based on the date in the selection, the ageing report will calculate the beginning date and end date for each interval and submit these parameters to MB5B along with material code and plant code, then the result will be retrieved to the ageing report and processed to be displayed in the ALV.

Report screenshots





How to create the report


The full illustration of how to create the report is available on the Github

 

 

Thanks for reading.
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