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what is difference between STo Thru MM & STo Thru SD.

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What is the logic behind STO thru MM & STO thru SD,what is advantages & disadvatages.

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 10:06 AM
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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 01:29 PM

    Hi,

    STO Through MM:

    The cost of the material is considered as MAP.

    Mvt types are 351 & 101

    No Delivery is involved, it is just a mere Stock tranfer

    STO Through SD

    The cost of the material is as per quoted in the BIlling

    Mvt types are 643 & 645

    Delivery and Billing are involved.

    Regards,

    DilL

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    Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 03:13 PM

    STO through MM

    There is no SD involved. This means that you create the STO using ME21N.

    The goods issue is done using MIGO. This reduces the inventory of the supplying plant and makes it Stock in transit.

    On receipt in the receiving plant, goods receipt is done using MIGO.

    STO through SD

    SD Delivery is required. This means that you create the STO using ME21N.

    Then create an SD Delivery using VL10B and do picking and Goods Issue. This reduces the inventory of the supplying plant and makes it Stock in transit.

    On receipt in the receiving plant, goods receipt is done using MIGO.

    The advantage of using SD Delivery is that you get the additional features of picking, packing, etc.

    Also, between 2 plants, you can set up either... not both.

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