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cancellation for rejected material

Mar 01, 2017 at 08:37 AM

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Hi experts...

I found some problems here regarding how to cancel some rejected materials which previously has been made Usage Decision by QA32.

What happen is : Im going to cancel GR for some finished goods, but unfortunately there are some materials which is already "rejected" in usage decision by QA32. I cant directly cancel the GR through MIGO because several materials are rejected. I need to cancel / reverse those 'rejected materials' so thus I can continue to cancel the GR. So how to do that ?

Can I get details and step by step tutorials, I am beginner in using SAP

sorry for my English

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Craig S
Mar 03, 2017 at 03:16 PM
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No. you can't normally do that. Once the material is processed through the lot it is very difficult to cancel the GR. At least not in a way officially supported by SAP.

SAP has provided a note however with program code that allows a reversal of the UD. Note 175842.

Here's a blog on it:

https://blogs.sap.com/2014/01/22/reversal-of-usage-decision-and-stock-posting-of-inspection-lot/

Make sure you read all installation instructions carefully. Officially, SAP does not support the use of this code. It probably will not work for anything using handling units or serialization. For many places it works just fine however.

Once you have this installed, it should be locked down. It is not meant to be any part of a standard busines practice. I recommend that only SAP IT support people have this transaction. Using it should require a formal request from an authorized business user. The reason is that since the note is not supported, any hotpack, upgrade, OSS note addition, etc.. could affect this program and how it runs. No backward compatibility is promised. Becasue SAP does not support it, they do not test changes against it and have no responsiblity to make sure it continues to runs, or run correctly. So one day, it might be fine, the next day it might run but maybe it doesn't run right. Or not at all.

If a business has an ongoing need to use the program on a regular or even semi-regular basis, they need to review their business processes and the training of their people.

Craig

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