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changing header condition value after GR cancellation

Hi,

I have a following situation to deal with.

A PO has couple of header freight conditions with accrual checkbox ticked and vendor GR maintained as 2 so that the freight tab appears at the time of GR and fright costs loaded on to the material.Freight entries get posted to a separate GL a/c created.

GR is done and goods are received.For some reasons GR is required to be cancelled at this point in time.User tries to cancel the material document generated but system throws error 'No delivery exists for material document 5000000...'.

Another option is to reverse the GR with 102.This reverses the GR successsfully.

My questions are

1. Why system do not allow to cancel the material document but allows reversal of the document ?What is the difference in functionality here ?

2. Why system do not allow to make any changes in the freight conditions or allows to add anothe condition ?

What is a work around or is there any straight forward solution for this ?

Please suggest me.

Thanks in advance.

Best Regards,

manOO

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2007 at 09:16 PM

    how you trying to cancel the material document ?

    if you use MBST it should allow to do that

    aboutn freight condition you can able to change if you reverse the whole GR (sometimes depend your config in M/06 also)

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      Hi Charlie,

      Thanks for the feedback.

      MBST does not work.It gives the same error 'No Delivery exists....'

      Only MIGO with 102 works which allows you to reverse the document.

      But the question still remains.

      How can I alter(add/change value/delete) the condition in PO after reversal ?

      Can you suggest something ?

      Regards,

      manOO

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