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Rework Order FI

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Please Assist me to know and understand each step in the Rework order and what the T-code & FI document related to each one...

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  • Posted on Oct 28, 2019 at 08:34 PM

    Hello Majd

    If you google search for Rework Order in SAP you will find hundreds of questions in SAP communities and even some blogs, such as the one below, talking about the rework process:

    https://blogs.sap.com/2017/09/28/create-production-order-without-material-for-rework/

    Before opening a generic question here asking people to explain everything about a given topic, I strongly suggest you to do your homework and research a little bit about this topic.

    Best regards,
    Caetano

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    • Hello

      In your original question you asked about each step in the rework order, which has been already discussed many times in the past.

      If you want to know about FI documents, then MAN Production Planning (PP) and EWM - Work Order Processing are not the correct tags for your question. Nevertheless, if you search for "FI Documents for a production order" you fill find many threads where it has been asked before.

      Regards,
      Caetano

  • Posted on Nov 10, 2019 at 06:19 PM

    Hello Caetano...

    As you see above, i mentioned exactly "each step in the Rework order and what the T-code & FI document related to each one"...

    and Please provide the correct tags??

    I has been searching for two months for a professional Source to get all the information from, and till now I didn't find a real study about this...

    again thank you if you have a useful answer or if you share with me any source about the FI in rework order...

    Regards..

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