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How to Map issue slip creation process by Projet In-charge in SAP?

Hi Experts,


Current Business Process,


I have a business scenario where reservation is created through P.S. System in SAP. Goods issue slip is manually filled by the Project In- charge in format using by company and hand over that manual slip to concern contractor,(One or More than one Contractor may involve for project ) then contractor comes to store and submit the issue slip to stores person and receive required material w.r.t to issue slip in SAP.


Required Process mapping in SAP.


1.Reservation is created with Multiple material for Project.

2. Project In-charge needs to maintain required material quantity for his network activity in SAP w.r.t the reservation number.


3. Here document number should be generated.


4. When material is required to Contractor document number needs to share with him, when he comes to the store and wants required material w.r.t the same document , material needs to be issued by store person.

5. Here goods issue document needs to be generated.

Please share your view is it possible to map this process in standard SAP? If yes how we can map the same scenario. If development is required what should be the approach from consultant to map the same.

I tried to map the same by using HOLD option in MIGO screen but it is not meeting my requirement.

Thanks in advance,

SKN

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  • Posted on May 17, 2014 at 10:57 AM

    You get the reservation details in RESB table; why not maintain your own forms with its own tcode custom number range etc for printing the reservation to be issued to the contractors.

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