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Cross company code purchasing

dear friends,

i have defined two company codes (A & B) for a company. now i want to transfer material from A to B thru MB1B (movement type 301) but i am getting an error that the clearing account is not maintained for the company codes. What are the settings required to fix this problem.

i have also created a stock transport order for the same material and i want to issue the goods from supplying plant thru MB1B with reference to the stock transport order using movement type 301. there i am getting the error as " movement type is not allowed for this transaction". how to fix this.

regards

vijay

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    Posted on Oct 18, 2007 at 10:53 AM

    Hi Vijay,

    As per your business scnerio, you are trying to do the cross company stock transport without SD billing / SD Delivery. However you are using STO for planning the Stock Transfer.

    In this case you can't make use mvt type 301 for GI( which is used for stock tranport via pure inventory management), However you should use the movement type 351 to complete the transaction.

    Moreover, again this stock transport is between two company codes and hence system will create 2 accounting documents while GI. To offect the inventory posting it needs to define corss company clearing accounts. Please take help from FICO consultants from your team.

    Additional details are given from the SAP std help for ur reference.

    St. trnsp. ord. w/o SD

    Order type : UB

    Movement type:GI: 351

    GR: 101

    Price :Valuation price

    Planning via... Purchase order

    Stock after GI Stock in Transit

    Delivery costs yes

    Cross-company-code via... Company code clearing

    Reward if useful

    Shawn

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