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Return against Cross Company STO

Hi,

We are in process of activating Cross Company STO Cycle.

We want to check the return cycle for the Cross Company STO.

For example -

Supplying Company A has supplied 5 PC of material to Receiving Company B against Cross company STO. The 5 PC stock is displayed as Stock in Transit (Cross Company)

The Receiving Company B has received the 5 PC of the material & Posted GRN with reference to the Delivery. The stock in transit is reduced by the quantity received. Out of the received stock, 1 PC is found defective & is returned against the GRN (Return Delivery). The stock in transit for Cross Company is displayed for 1 PC.

Now the supplying company want to receive the material back to their stock.

The reversal against original Delivery cannot posted, because, the returned material quantity is not to the tune of issued quantity.

Any updates as how this can be addressed?

Regards,

Prashant

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2013 at 01:02 PM

    Hi,

    If you want to receive defective piece back , you can create return sto in receiving plant,

    before that please maintain Del type- NCR--> Item category NCRN, in t-code-0184,

    create PO with return tick --> vl10b --> PGI , GR auto posted in background with Mvt type 161

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    Posted on Sep 26, 2013 at 12:19 PM

    Hi,

    For return of material in cross company case,

    1.You have to create return STO (cross company) with return tick at item level in PO.

    2.Go for GR against that STO,

    2. At the time of GR 161 (GR returns) Movement will happen.

    Regards,

    Deepak Mankeshwar

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