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No acc posting when PGI for Returnable Packaging Issue

Hello all.

I did following steps.

1. Returnable Packaging Shipments (Returnable Package is in stock of customer Z with special stock V.)

2. Returnable Packaging Issue (Because customer Z did not return package, It should be sold to customer Z.)

When PGI for Returnable Packaging Issue(Mvt:632), accounting document was not created.

Why? Stock has moved from my company to customer Z.

Could somebody please help?

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    Posted on Oct 30 at 10:30 AM

    I don't remember an accounting document be generated for 623 movement type. By the way, has the Value Update is checked for that material type in oms2? Most probably, it would be blank in standard

    Also, what status is there in the document flow for this process ?

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  • Posted on Oct 30 at 08:32 AM

    Probably, you need to share more information on what your configuration and master data set up is. In standard, once the goods issue happens for returnable packaging, the quantity would be reduced both from customer and valuated stock from plant. If you are not sure on standard, please search with the relevant text, so that, you can find standard documentation and a blog at the top in Google.

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    • Thank you for your advice.

      I googled, read standard document, blogs, etc. But couldn't find why Packaging Issue's PGI does not create accounting document.
      Below is detailed info.

      [Master set up]
      Material: FOOD1("FERT". Item cat."NORM")、CNTNR1("LEIH". Item cat. "LEIH". Packaging Mat. type"0002"(Container))
      Packing Instruction: "Z001" Created. 1CNTNR / 2FOOD.
      Pkg Inst Determination Recs: Created. Determination type "SHIP". Material "FOOD", Ship-to party "CUSTOMER_Z" with Packing Inst. "Z001".

      [IMG set up]
      Delivery type "LF": Automatic packing "ON", Gen. pack.matl item "ON".
      Delivery item category determination: Added "LF - LEIH - PACK -> TAL".
      Packaging Material Types: Type"0002"(Container), set Generate DlvItms -> "A"(Item generation if ship-to party is unique)

      <Returnable Packaging Shipment>
      [Sales Order]

      Created with Document type "OR", Item cat."TAN", Sched cat."CP"(MRP)
      [Delivery]
      Created with Document type "LF", item 10 FOOD1 with item cat "TAN", item 900001(auto created) CNTNR1 with item cat "TAL".
      [PGI]
      Created with accounting document. FOOD1 reduced from unristricted(mvt:601), CNTNR1 moved from unristricted to special stock V(mvt:621).
      [Billing]
      Created with accounting document.

      <Returnable Packaging Issue>
      [Sales Order]

      Created with Document type "LN", Item cat."LNN", Sched cat."C3"(Issue RetPck with AC).
      [Delivery]
      Created with Document type "LF", item 10 CNTNR1 with item cat"LNN".
      ****[PGI]****
      Created WITHOUT accounting document. CNTNR1 reduced from special stock V(mvt:623).
      [Billing]
      Created with accounting document.

      I need to find out why Packaging Issue's PGI does not create accounting document.

      Best regards.

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