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GR with PO as reference but the actual receive, the physic is not contain in PO

Dear Expert,

let me simplify the case by an example :

we have set material master as below :

material code : A with price $ 100

material code : B with price $ 120

our purchaser was open a PO # 1234 which is contain material A for 10 PC.

but when our warehouse man check the receiving, the goods for PO # 1234 is material with code B.

(after we communicate with vendor),

they accept our complain but they agree to issue the invoice for PO # 1234 with material A.

my question is :

is it possible in SAP (MIGO-GR) if we do receiving transaction with PO as reference and insert manually for material B?

please advice,

thanks advance and warm regards,

Aang

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    Posted on Mar 13, 2014 at 08:56 AM

    Hi Aang,

    It is not possible until and unless you have item B in that PO. Or you need to create another PO for item B and take the GR 101 against that PO for item B.

    You can cancel the document by using MBST if you have allready posted wrongly for item A Or you can reverse the material to vendor.

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    • Hi Aang,

      Yes you can transfer the material to material transfer with MB1B with 309 Movement Type if both the materials are having same unit of measure. Apart from that it is not recommended if there is price difference in it.

      So goto MIGO, enter document number and select Cancellation. and do the GR against the right material code would be better option.

      Regards,

      R.Brahmankar

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