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I also assume that you have set up your system in such way that you are able to have products batch managed.The first thing you need to do is to check that your SAP client has all the required SAP standard characteristics.
This tutorial only covers the batch determination process in SD, but once you get the jist of it you should be able to apply this to any other module where that function is covered.
Once that is done you might want to go back to transaction CT04 and query for characteristics called LOBM*. Moving on to step 2 and getting your basic data right.
To do this go to transaction CT04 and query your system to find all characteristics that are called LOBM*.
If a list of values such as the one below is returned then it means that you are all set to go to Step 2 – Create and assign Batch class to products.
Recently a colleague encountered the following problem: His customer tracks perishable products that are bought / inventory managed / sold using the SAP functionality Batch Management (LO-BM).
The products have a shelf life and therefore a “Use by/Expiration” date.