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Wrong GR value is calculated

Dear Experts,

Recently I came across weird scenario:

GR value in the Purchase Order history shows a different value than (Net price * GR Quantity).

For the PO in the question have different Opun and Oun and IR is done Prior to GR.

But then conversions were all maintained correctly in the masters.

GR value is nearly showing as a double value than what is supposed to be? The GR accounting document also shows the same wrong value and hence PPV difference is huge.

I found no price changes for the PO line item and material is costed at standard price.

Please let me know if any one came across such scenario and any pointers why is it calculating this way?

Regards

GCL

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  • Posted on Dec 30, 2014 at 11:24 AM

    which value does it show?

    if the invoice is posted prior to the GR then the GR value is calculated based on the more accurate information, which is coming from the invoice.

    If the invoice was not for the full quantity, then the value is accordingly calculated, a part based on the invoice, and the rest based on PO price.

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2016 at 07:35 AM

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