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Unplanned Goods receipt need to do in CO11n

Hello Guru's,

I have one requirement from Client,

They want to enter unplanned Goods receipt during the order confirmation in CO11N with Auto GR PP03 Control key.

Here i explain ,

Order created with Qty 1000

During the confirmation we will do split GR with 800 and 200 Qty,

800 Qty should go to Quality and 200 Qty will show in shop-floor storage location with out quality.

Now How i can map this either any enhancement or any standard process available.

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 09:40 AM

    Closing this thread as no option available in SAP

    so need to follow standard method.

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    Posted on Aug 08, 2016 at 09:26 AM

    In CO11n it's not possible to insert manually an 101 movement, so an unplanned goods receipt in CO11N is not possible in standard.

    Maybe it's better to post the goods receipt after confirmation in MB31 / MIGO.

    BR Sabine

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  • Posted on Aug 10, 2016 at 04:57 AM

    Hi Sabine,

    I know that's why we found another solution, that if i split the qty in to two parts like

    1 . 100 qty without entering the reason

    2. 50 Qty with reason

    both component with movement 101 so here system will allow me to enter unplanned qty.

    So with this solution we can do but here there is another issue we found is..

    Both Qty goes in to Quality,

    So is there any option, validation or enhancement can we do to restrict 50 Qty not create inspection lot ?

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    • Hello Anand,

      Is there any standard provision that 1st it has to go to Quality and remaining 2 times it has to go to unrestricted against the production order (while confirmation auto GR)

      if this is the case then we can achieve this through DMR concept of Quality management

      Regards,

      Venkatesh.

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