This post details how to use SAP MI21 – Print Physical Inventory Document for printing physical inventory documents. You can use these printed documents for on-site stocktaking.
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When counting your stocks and doing a physical inventory in SAP MI01 is your starting point. The first step of a physical inventory is creating a physical inventory document, which is done via MI01.
In SAP MB52 is the standard transaction that you will be using for checking your warehouse stocks. There are other transactions that list stocks, but MB52 is by far the most useful.
If you need to use SAP for your daily job, you have to know these SAP shortcuts and productivity tips in order to be fast and efficient.
In SAP MMBE shows your stocks of a material by company code, plant, storage location and batch in drill-down form.
When searching for materials movement history in SAP MB51 is the transaction you are going to use. It is a flexible and neat report that you will find very useful.