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Barcode config for posting GR via MB0A

Hi experts,

I have a problem in implementing BARCODE scenario in SAP. Client need to implement barcode scanning while goods move from one location to another. process flow is shown below.

STO---> VL10G ( Delivery with PO)---> Vl02N ( post goodissue)---> vf01 ( proforma invoice)

after these steps barcode ( contains delivery no) get printed on cartons and move from Location A to Location B. A staff will use RFD device and scan carton to enter it in stock. we are planning to use MB0A tcode for GR. how we can achieve the result.

Regards

Sarath c

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  • Posted on Oct 14, 2015 at 07:22 AM

    Hi Sarath,

    GR can be done in MIGO. Try to post GR against the delivery in receiving plant. No need to provide any PO details.

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    Posted on Oct 14, 2015 at 09:29 AM

    Dear Sarath

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    Since you are planning in MB0A - Delivery number to post GRN, use logic of posting GRN against delivery# after auto read RFD.

    This should pass your delivery number to MB0A screen and posts automatically.

    Its your internal call how and what document's reference and which transaction you need to use for barcode reader/Print label.

    Reg,

    Bhg

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  • Posted on Oct 14, 2015 at 01:40 PM

    Better plan forward-looking, which means without MB0A, see the announcement in OSS note 1804812 - MB transactions: Restricted maintenance/discontinuation

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