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Net Weight & Gross weight

Hi all

We have a requirement from one of our client in the packing list & at time of delivery they want to know the below 3 points

1. It will help to calculate job work charges at the time of billing (job work Rate is in per/Kg).

2. It will help to get total Gross Wt & Net Wt of each roll.

3. Total Gross Wt & Net Wt of Rolls loaded in to the truck, So we can cross check with packing list weight Vs Way bridge weight.

Our scenario is such that One big Batch of say 4000mts will be split into 10rolls of 400m each or some roll quantity may vary. we have developed a Z Program for the same.

If we maintain Net weight in material master we can get only details of Net weight of each roll,But how can we get gross weight.

Please suggest

Regards

sandeep

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2007 at 11:13 AM

    Hi Sandeep,

    In the basic data 1 screen of the material master, under Dimensions/EANS we have two fields Gross Weight and Net Weight. Here you can enter the data in ratio.For ex: IF net wt is 100 and gross weight is 150 then in net weight enter 1 and in gross weight enter 1.5. Once the master data is updated take the help of the ABAP guy and he will do the needful.

    Reward if found useful.

    Rajnish

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    Posted on Oct 22, 2007 at 12:07 PM

    Hi Sandeep

    You have net weight and gross weight in Basic view 1 in Material Master

    Cheers

    Bala

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