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Need to substitute the Profit center during Goods Issue for stock account


I have a requirment to substitute the profit center 'PC2' during the Sales order creation instead of picking it from the materail master 'PC1'. For this requirment I have added my code in enhancement and now I see the profit center 'PC2' is getting substituted at SO level.

But the problem I have is during Goods Issue. After posting the Goods Issue, I see in Accounting documents there were two records one is stock account and the other is COGS accounts.

For COGS the profit center 'PC2' is picked from SO Level i.e. substituted Profit center

But for Stock account the Profit center 'PC1' is picked from Material master, which is wrong it should pick from the SO Level 'PC2'.

Please let me know if there is any enhancement to write a code for substituting the profit center during Goods Issue.

Thanks & Regards,

Lava Kumar.

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  • Posted on Jun 02, 2014 at 10:17 AM

    Hi Lava

    This behaviour is correct and should not be changed

    When you bought the stock, it was booked to PC1.. Hence, when you sell it, it should credit the PC1 only

    The goods are sold by PC2, hence the COGS is charged to PC2.. This means, this is a transaction between PC1 and PC2, for which PC2 is liable to pay to PC1

    Any substitution you write will apply to COGS and Revenue accounts, but not to stock account

    Hope this helps

    Br., Ajay M

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    • Former Member LAVA KUMAR

      Hi Lava,

      Do you produce the product for a specific sale order? (MTO scenario).

      If you use sale order stock then you can get the inventory onto the profit center determined in the sale order.

      If you are in MTS scenario then production will be received into the material master profit center first and never been consumed from this profit center if you substitute the profit center at good issue for sale.



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