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Project System - Goods Issue

Dear all,

We procure materials against a Project "A" and then we issue same materials to different projects "B", "C"....and so on against reservation.

At a same time, we want to take care (a) Cost planned (b) Budget and Released (c) Project released and PR generated and (d) Release of PO and GRN for Project "A"

We will create different Projects "B", "C" for different plants.Here, we want to (a) Cost planned (b) Budgeted and released and (c) Project released and reservations created for items.

Is it possible to Goods Issues against different project order? If so, how to map this requirement (i.e. to make Goods Issue to different Projects "B", "C" ) gainst reservations from Project A.

Regards,

Muralidhara

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    Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 11:10 AM

    hai Muralidhara

    U can issue goods against different project order ?

    For example Project A has got the material which it has to transfer goods to project B and Project C. This done based on the Movement type by selecting the Transfer posting and the corresponding Movement type. To tranfer fm one project to another project - u need to select the movement type - 415 Q (standard).

    hope this solves ur problem. ENJOY SAP PS. Reward points if useful.

    Regards

    PP

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  • Posted on Oct 17, 2007 at 11:32 AM

    Hi Murali

    Goods issue, Transfer Posting and GR in PS can be controlled by following mvt type

    Goods Issue

    1. Consumption for project from project. (221 / 222) Q

    2. Consumption for sales order from un-restricted project stock (231 / 232) Q

    3. Consumption for order from un-restricted project stock (261 / 262) Q

    4. Consumption for network from un-restricted project stock (281 / 282) Q

    5. Withdrawal for sampling from QI project stock (331 / 332) Q

    6. Withdrawal for sampling from un-restricted project stock (333 / 334) Q

    7. Withdrawal for sampling from blocked project stock (335 / 336) Q

    8. Withdrawal for sampling from un-restricted project stock (551 / 552) Q

    9. Withdrawal for sampling from QI project stock (553 / 554) Q

    10. Withdrawal for sampling from blocked project stock (555 / 556) Q

    Transfer Posting

    1. Transfer posting storage location (one step) - project (311 / 312) Q

    2. Transfer posting QI project to un-restricted project stock (321 / 322) Q

    3. Transfer posting blocked project to un-restricted project stock (343 / 344) Q

    4. Transfer posting blocked project to QI project (349 / 350) Q

    5. Transfer posting project to own (411 / 412) Q

    GR

    1. Goods receipt with reference to a purchase order. (101 / 102) Q

    2. Goods receipt for purchase order into GR blocked stock (103 / 104) Q

    3. Release GR blocked stock for warehouse (105 / 106) Q

    4. Return delivery to vendor (122 / 123) Q

    5. Receipt without purchase order into unrestricted stock (501 / 502) Q

    6. Receipt without purchase order into QI project stock (503 / 504) Q

    7. Receipt without purchase order into blocked stock (505 / 506) Q

    8. Receipt without production order into unrestricted stock (521 / 522) Q

    9. Receipt without production order into QI project stock (523 / 524) Q

    10. Receipt without production order into blocked stock (525 / 526) Q

    P.S: Check transaction 0PEG01 for customizing accordingly

    <b> REWARD POINTS IF USEFULL

    Thanks and Kind Regards

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    Mohan

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 04:04 AM

    Problem resolved by self after brainstorming with our FICO and PS Consultant.

    Regards,

    Muralidhara

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