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GR date is different in LS24

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GR posted on 11/18/2015 with material document 8147xxxxxx. but in In LS24 transaction GR date shows as a 03/29/2012,i checked config is set as a addition to storage, mix storage ,Couid you please suggest why GR date as a past date,how to find why GR date showing as 03/29/2012,and how to correct this issue.



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    Posted on Dec 03, 2015 at 10:35 PM

    if you add stock to the existing quant then this quant will keep its original attributes, do not allow to add stock to an existing quant if the GR date is an important information for you.

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    Posted on Dec 10, 2015 at 03:47 PM


    Jurgen has correctly told you the answer

    When the initial GR took place and the materials was located in to your St Type and St Bin then a quant was created and the GR date was added.

    If you add some more of the same materials in to the same st type and st bin then that becomes part of the original quant and therefore takes on the sane GR date.

    You have three choices

    1. Accept that this is Standard SAP

    2. Don't have addition to stock if you want unique GR dates for FIFO

    3. Use transaction LS22 and the quant number to change the GR date to the latest one BUT remember ALL of the stock min that bin will take on the new date!!

    If for instance the material is subject to SLED then this is not advised as you will in effect extend the life of the product incorrectly

    I hope this helps


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