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Material movement typ 261 posted on zero value

Hello,

Currently in system I have a problem with one posting. Till now everything was fine we have GR on 101 movement and GI on 261 till last posting where Amount in LC is 0. Material is on BATCH management Valuation type NEW. For last period moving average price was correct and it was 750 after this one price went to 0. (stock is currently also 0) there were no changes in MR21.

Any ideas what could have happened? I'm digging in it for some time but with no luck. Thank you for any ideas.

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 08:59 AM

    Hi

    have you maintained the price in the new valuation type batch( NEW)?

    if your are using the material with new valuation type if you not maintained price in the acct 1 view then it will be issued with zero price.

    can you please screen shot of the acct 1 and good issue screen

    Regards

    Sudhakar

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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 08:55 AM

    Dear sir ;

    please check in mb5b .there you can track down exactly what happend . As though MIRO you can change the material Valueation .

    Best Joydeep

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  • Posted on Jun 28, 2016 at 09:56 AM

    If you issue goods at a price higher than receipt, then there is a possibility of MAP value becomes zero.

    Please call transaction MR51 and check each receipt's MAP. Hope you'll identify.

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