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Settlement of Refurbished Order - Error

When running tcode KO88 to settle the Refurbished Orders, error encountered is:

Valuation type not set for material XXXXXXXXXXXXX


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    Posted on Jan 04, 2016 at 08:39 AM
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    • Hi,y;

      In addition to this answered discussion on " Settlement of Refurbishment Order", i have a query:

      When we do GR using IW8W, the Reclaimed or Refurbished qty is increased by 1 ( or whatever delivered).

      1. Now if an Order was made with the Defective material and few non-stock materials that were required for its refurbishment, then those materials were also send to Vendor (thus PR and PO against Order was made).

      2. When the refurbished material was received back from Vendor by Warehouse then MIGO was done against the PO to pay the Vendor and settle the cost to Order, this resulted in increase of Refurbished material by the qty received.

      3. I am confused as executing MIGO and IW8W would both double the qty received.

      I hope i was able to explain my query.

      Thanks

      Faisal

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    Posted on Jan 04, 2016 at 08:36 AM

    Hi Faisal,

    I don't thiknk, Val type will restrict settlement.

    Can you plz provide screenshot in more depth for analysis. Provide Order screenshot with doc flow.

    Thanks.

    Amol

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