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Table to look up for IS OIl material stock balance

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Hi,

I'm looking for that table for IS Oil material that shows the stock balances in all UoM's (L, L15, L30, KG, etc). Pls advise.

Thanks!

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markus_seng2
Explorer
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Hi Zenon,

the cumulated stock values in additional UoM (where the UoM are defined in the UoM group) are kept in the following tables:

MARCHO1

MARCO1

MARDHO1

MARDO1

MCHBHO1

MCHBO1

MKOLHO1

MKOLO1

MSEGO1

MSKAHO1

MSKAO1

MSKUHO1

MSKUO1

MSLBHO1

MSLBO1

MSPRHO1

MSPRO1

The Historical Period Stock is kept in the *HO1 tabkles.

Every goods movement updates these tables with an MSEGO2 document. Higher level business processes (e.g. delivery processing or physical inventory) also keep the movement values in additional tables, from which the MSEGO2 values are derived, e.g. LIPSO2 (Delivery) or ISEGO2 (physical inventory) etc.

I hope this helps,

Kind regards,

Markus

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you mean MSEGO2

markus_seng2
Explorer
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Hi Zenon,

the cumulated stock values in additional UoM (where the UoM are defined in the UoM group) are kept in the following tables:

MARCHO1

MARCO1

MARDHO1

MARDO1

MCHBHO1

MCHBO1

MKOLHO1

MKOLO1

MSEGO1

MSKAHO1

MSKAO1

MSKUHO1

MSKUO1

MSLBHO1

MSLBO1

MSPRHO1

MSPRO1

The Historical Period Stock is kept in the *HO1 tabkles.

Every goods movement updates these tables with an MSEGO2 document. Higher level business processes (e.g. delivery processing or physical inventory) also keep the movement values in additional tables, from which the MSEGO2 values are derived, e.g. LIPSO2 (Delivery) or ISEGO2 (physical inventory) etc.

I hope this helps,

Kind regards,

Markus

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Thanks Markus, these are the tables that I need to see.