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GR/IR Clearing Issue

Hi ,

GR/IR open item is not getting clear even if we Post the full and final invoice for a Po.

i.e Po Raised for 10 qty value is 1000, GR also made 10 Qty with 1000 value finaly we post MIRO for 10 Qty and .

when we see FBLn3 GR/IR Account Open item is not coming Cleared.

If any one has encountered this kind of issue Please update



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  • Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 06:49 AM

    Hi Ashish

    To analysis the open items available in GRIR account. Perform this transaction for all GR/IR accounts. This program perform automatic clearing based on criteria maintained in customization step OB74.

    It creates an automatic clearing document where GR/IR account to be cleared (i.e. goods delivered and invoice verification completed or GR reversed) where both debit and credit matches. For this, you have to use transaction code F.13

    Hope this info will be useful.



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    Posted on Jan 11, 2007 at 07:05 AM


    Thanks for your reply.

    MR11or MR11 Show or F.19 will show the GR/IR deifrrence if there is any Descerpency in GR and IR in term of Qty or Value.

    my question is when we are doing GR and IR where there is no diffrence in this case why system is not clearing the GR/IR Account after MIRO.

    Open item is there in GR/IR.

    is there any customize setting for GR/IR or is there any Field we have to select at the time of MIRO.

    Awaiting more input.


    Ashish Vats

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    • Hi Ashish Vats,

      Eventhrough GR and IR Qty and value are same, you have to execute this transaction code i.e. F.19 based on your periodicity.

      Periodicity can varry from month to year.

      <b>There is no customize setting for GR/IR at the time of MIRO.</b>



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