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Account assignment "F" and Inventory control for Valuated Material

Dear Experts,

In case of Account assignment "F" (Internal Order), and material type Non Valuated the stock comes to inventory and then it is issued for consumption through movement type 261.

In our organization

we want to apply the same route for Valuated Material also, for which standard process is direct consumption.

We want to use special stock indicator just like project stock , where we use "Q"

so that we can recieve the goods under special stock (not allowed for unrestricted use) and then issue

This will help to have better control and reporting will be simpler just like project

would appreciate your help.

Warm regards,


Indian Oil corporation

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  • Posted on Jan 12, 2014 at 07:00 PM


    From MM point of view, you have to configure the account assignment category correctly (in OME9)to receive stock to project stock while doing GR against PO.

    Also, in the material master accounting 1 view, maintain the valuation class for project stock.

    Now, for PS configuration details, refer the wiki doc: Step by step configuration for Valuated Project stock - ERP Operations - SCN Wiki



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