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mvt type 561 issue

Hi , All

I have an issue of incorrect use of mvt 561.

we are using backflush MBFB to issue the material for production.i.e at time of dispatch of finish good we consume the material as per our BOM of finish product

and thus the inventory is reduce by back flushning it.

Due to some problem the stock is below required quantity and back flush is not possible so what user do he post good using mvt 561 to make stock level.

They call it as stock charge

I know what he had done is not correct but it was too late.

what i want to do is to track all the posting and also the reverse posting .

how can i list this

thanks

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2007 at 12:12 AM

    H,

    List down the posted 561 documents using MB51 transaction code. Use the user name and posting date range if you can guess, on the selection screen ( materials, plant# etc...to narrow down search)

    Equivalent quantities of each fo the above materials need to be brought into corresponding plant/sloc by using say Purchase Orders first (from external vendors, if those are bought out raw materials from vendors)

    Once the stock is built, you can use 562 to knock out the earlier 561s posted by mistake by your user. If it is your production system, in general, we should disallow authorization to use 561 and 562.

    Regards

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