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Problem during Process Order Confirmation - COR6N

Dear All,

We are into process industries

Till now we are creating different BOM for each section and different process orders for each BOM.

For example Pulverize, Acid MIXING, Continuous Rotery, Blending and Packng.

Now we have created new BOM for FG - showing all input/output of RM, SFGs. In Recipe, define operation for each section. and assign operation to material. I have attached screenshot of Recipe Operation.

During process order confirmation, system shows movement type of all material perfectly during each phase. But during confirmation of last phase system does not show 101 movemet of FGs.

I have checked in Recipe, control key is ok i.e. Automatic GR, in OPK4 setup is also correct.

We have created new BOM and Recipe. There is no change in other configuration parameter.

Thanks and Regards,

Nirav

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    Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 10:41 AM

    Dear Nirav,

    Use PI03 control key in master recipe for last operation

    Thanks

    Jagan

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  • Posted on Jun 05, 2014 at 11:03 AM

    Dear Nirav,

    Ensure the control key that supports Automatic GR is assigned to only one phase (usually the last

    phase) and not for multiple phase. In such cases SAP does not post Auto GR and you need to carryout

    manual GR in those cases.

    Regards

    Mangalraj.S

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