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How to post RTP stock into special stock type M-RTP Vendor

Hi All,

Please help with the below issue.

The RTP stock when recieved against against Inbound Delivery is not being posted with 501 M movement but posted with 501 movement into unrestricted use stock.

My process is as follows:

1. Create PO with a raw material (material type ROH) and an RTP material (material type LEIH)

2. Send PO interface to Vendor

3. Vendor sends ASN interface, which in turn creates Inbound Delivery in SAP.

Item category for RTP material in inbound delivery is ELP, which determines movement type 501.

It is not possible to select movement type 501 M in item category definition.

No field to select special stock type M- RTP Vendor in PO creation or change transaction either.

4. When I did the GR against inbound delivery, RTP stock is posted with movement 501 into unrestricted use stock.

But what I want is to post the RTP stock into special stock type M-RTP Vendor.

The special stock type field in inbound delivery change screen is grayed out.

Help is much appriciated

Best Regards


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  • Posted on Dec 13, 2013 at 08:32 PM

    501 is a movement without purchase order.

    In a inbound delivery you have a purchase order, isn't it?

    In this docu SAP mentions a movement 841: Processing in SAP ERP: Returnable Packaging with Purchased Goods…

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      Hi Jurgen,

      Thanks for the reply and apologies for the delay in replying.

      Movement type 841 is not relevant for my process as it talks about Nota Fiscal.

      Anyway we have slightly modified our process to use 501 instead of 501-M as the RTP stock needs to be goods issued to PM-Work Orders and Customers.

      RTP received with 501-M movement type doesn't allow goods issue with 261 and 601 movement types.

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