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Scrap Movement

Hi,

Which mov occure when we post the mat in co11n. If it is 553 than we were not getting that movemnt. and also when we scrap the mat in qa32, 551 mov is occuring. now if we am getting 551 mov than we should get 553 mov in scrap. If there is customization change pls guide me.

Thanks and regards,

Solomon

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 09:21 AM

    Hi Solomon,

    Please check MVT 261.

    If you write scrap in 'Scrap' field during confirmation (AFRUD-XMNGA in CO11N) as I know it will be consumed via MVT 261. (you can check your scrap in COOIS too)

    BR

    Csaba

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    • Dear SOLOMON,

      It would be very starnge If you were able to see the CO11N scrap in MB51 (with MVT 551).

      1.

      You have stock of materialA > 10 pcs

      You scrap it: MB1A 551 4 pcs > your stock will be 6 pcs and you can see the 551 posting in MB51 (4 pcs)

      2

      CO11N

      You have stock of materialA > 10 pcs.

      You execute a confirmation: yield: 5 pcs + scrap 4 pcs

      /this means that you produced 9 pcs alltogether and 5 pcs are of good quality and 4 pcs are of poor quality/

      Yo will have stock of materialA > 15 pcs (original stock 10 pcs + 5 pcs yield)

      Concerning the 'scrap' you won't have any movement of 551. It you had 551 for the 'scrap' your stock level would be 11 pcs instead of 15 pcs. (Your stock level must be 15 pcs because you had 10 pcs of good quality + 5 pcs yield!)

      You do not confirm that 4 pcs as good and scrap it after that. You scrap it at once without confirming it first (by 101).

      You can see this scrap only in COOIS and you will have consumption for the components with 261 (these components were used to produce the 'scrap').

      Please think it over how could it work if your CO11N scrap was booked with 551. It can't work because in this case you would scrap a material by 551 that has never been confirmed (by 101).

      BR

      Csaba

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 09:16 AM

    Hi Soloman,

    if u enter the scrap as by product in goods movement screen at Co11n, it will be posted with 531 Mvt type.

    regards

    pradeep

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 09:16 AM

    Hi

    I understand your problem.

    IN QM you are posting the stock to scrap after rejecting.

    In CO11N, you are not posting any stock.

    In CO11N you are confirmng only , no stock posting.

    In ceratin circumsatnces , if you want to see this as scrap as stock there are other settings:

    You have to create the scrap as material ( may HALB) & assign it in BOm with negative qty.

    By this you are treating this as by product.

    Then you will get with 531 movement in CO11N if you flag it back flush.

    Of course you have to make some finance adjustments.

    Hope it is clear.

    Regards

    YMREDDY

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 02:23 PM

    Hi soloman

    If your scarap is by product mention in BOM then its movement is 531.If back flushing is on then it get generated during CO11N.

    If you want to post the scrap from qm then you have to make 553 movement for posting that material to cost cente. Because you are rejecting tha material as a component. and then sending that material to scarp location as ascrap then you have to do the 552 movement.

    if it works please confirm.

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