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MIGO - completion rule

Hi,

First of all I am not a MM consultant so apologies for any thing which would appear as technically wrong.

In my company for the third party orders, when we do MIGO, on several instances, the qty what we recieve is less then the sales order or on Purchase order and then they are MIGOed and invoiced.

Now when the qty suppose in sales orderr was 10 and same in PO 10 and in MIGO it is 6 the order status appears to be still open.

and similarly because the order status is still open the credit exposures of the customer is shown as false figure.

Now the requirement is as soon as we finishes the MIGO, the Order status should be completed, even if it is a partial qty.

In Sales and distribution (SD) we have the facility of completion rule with the first reference, which we can configure to say the order is completed.

But in case of MIGO how to achieve this?

Is there any standard SAP methods are there.

Or

DO I have to shadow ABAP ?

Please let me know your thoughts.

Thanks,

Sridhar.

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    Posted on Oct 02, 2013 at 03:21 PM

    Hi,

    Sales order and purchase order,both are different document.

    As purchase order created from Sales order but your partially goods receipt completed for that purchase order where later for purchase order business does not requires goods receipt again!

    Now reduces the purchase order quantities to already goods receipt quantity for that purchase order and then set the DCI(delivery completed indicator) and save.

    OR
    Just set the DCI(delivery completed indicator)for that purchase order and look for BADI: MB_GOODSMOVEMENT_DCI to control the goods receipt according to DCI.

    OR
    Enter Latest goods receipt date (PO item in delivery TAB) for that purchase order & set message M7 -163 as Error. Now system will not allow goods receipt beyond that date which you entered in purchase order.

    Regards,

    Biju K

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  • Posted on Oct 02, 2013 at 09:16 PM

    TAB is the item category used in individual order process, here the vendor delivers to your plant, and you receive the material into sales-order stock. Please do not use the term 3rd-party order for this process.

    to answer how to set the PO delivery completed was already given above.



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  • Posted on Oct 01, 2013 at 04:34 PM

    Hi,

    In MM side, if you are putting "Delivery Complete" Indicator in MIGO-Item Level- Delivery Tab, the PO status will be shown as completed.

    Hope its helpful.

    Regards,

    AKPT

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  • Posted on Oct 01, 2013 at 06:29 PM

    I rather concerned about your process in general. You are talking about Third-Party-Order, such orders do not require any goods receipt. A goods receipt is just optional, statistical. Billing to the customer is based on the invoice receipt from your vendor.

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    • Jurgen,

      In third party sales we have standard two item categories ( where it seems you mean why I am talking about TAB which is an indi. pur. order)

      TAB - indi. pur order

      TAS - third party sales

      However I always felt both are the two sides of one coin TPS.

      When we see in item category TAB the special stock indicatory is there where the vendor sends the stok to us and it is a special stock and in item cateogy we can see this special stock indicator E.

      Although as you said is option on when the company prefers to accept the stock and send it to its customer, instead of asking the vendor to send directly.

      If vendor is sending directly to the customer in such scenario's the item category TAS will be determined and in that case there is no special stock indicator's but we can have the privilage of billing according to the invoice qty or we can change it to B ( Status according to the order qty).

      However here to be more clear I mean by the item category TAB.

      and in case of TAB from the schedule line when we get our PR, and converts to PO and the special stock what we get to be sent to the customer should have completion rule.

      If you feel I have some confusion in my concept, I would love to seek advice.

      Thanks,

      Sridhar.

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  • Posted on Oct 02, 2013 at 08:26 AM

    The Goods receipt is Optional in the 3rd Party Scenario.

    But in your case, if you want the PO to be "completed" even if the quantity received is less , then you need could define an Under tolerance % (this can pe specified in the info record also , or manually in the PO or even the Purchase Value key).

    For eg: If the under del. tolerance is 10%, then for a PO of 100qty , even a MIGO of 91 qty will be considered by the system as a Full delivery , and the PO should be complete.

    Pre-requisite:

    In Customizing for Inventory Management, you can define that the "delivery
    completed" indicator is set automatically if the underdelivery lies within the
    tolerance limits. In this case, the system interprets any underdeliveries within
    the tolerances as final deliveries (TCODE : OMCD)

    SAP help Text:


    Underdeliveries:
    In the standard system, underdeliveries are allowed. The system interprets
    the quantity received as a partial delivery and accepts it as such. The system
    issues a warning message indicating that there has been an underdelivery.
    It is also possible to enter an underdelivery tolerance percentage in the
    order item. When a quantity of goods is received that lies within the
    underdelivery tolerance range, the quantity is interpreted as a partial delivery
    and is accepted as such. The system does not issue a warning message. If the
    quantity of goods received lies below the underdelivery tolerance, the system
    issues a warning message.
    If the underdelivery is not a partial delivery but a final delivery, you have
    to set the "delivery completed" indicator.
    In Customizing for Inventory Management, you can define that the "delivery
    completed" indicator is set automatically if the underdelivery lies within the
    tolerance limits. In this case, the system interprets any underdeliveries within
    the tolerances as final deliveries(TCODE : OMCD)
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