Articles: Logistics: Store
In this user department, you define site-specific article data for stores. You have the following options:
If you specify neither a distribution chain nor a store in the header when creating or changing an article master record, the data is identically maintained for all stores, except those belonging to a distribution chain with a reference store of its own.
If you specify a distribution chain in the header when creating or changing an article master record, the data is identically maintained for all stores belonging to the distribution chain specified.
If you specify a store in the header when creating or changing an article master record, the data is maintained for that store only. You normally do this if you want to maintain data differently for a particular store. The data is not changed if you change data at a higher level, nor does maintaining data differently for this store change data at a higher level.
Your company has stores 0001 to 0100. You maintain logistics data differently for store 0099 by entering store 0099 in the header of the article master record, and changing the data.
For the same article, you maintain logistics data, but do not enter a store in the header. The data is maintained identically for stores 0001 to 0100 with the exception of store 0099.
Displaying Identically and Differently Maintained Stores
You have the following options:
See alsoArticles: Displaying Differently/Identically Maintained Areas of Validity.
Site-Specific Article Statuses and Blocking Articles for Specific Distribution Chains or Stores
SeeArticles: Storage Location Data.
SeeArticles: Valuation Types in Accounting.
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