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PGI reversal

hi all,

Can any tell how to do the PGI reversal . Its a return delivery. We tried to do thru vl09 but the materials are in a different plant now.

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mmn

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 05:56 AM

    Hi..

    You cannot reverse PGI if subsequent documents are not canselled.

    Regds

    MM

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  • Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 03:21 AM

    Dear mmm

    If you want to reverse PGI for which billing is done, you can do it in two ways.

    1) Cancel the billing document and then reverse PGI through VL09

    2) If you dont want to cancel the billing document, you can create a return order with reference to billing document and then do PGR (Post Goods Receipt).

    If you had copied the standard, once you do PGR, the respective material will come into Quality stock of the plant from which material has been despatched.

    Thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Dear mmm

      I am sorry, again I am not clear on your comments

      a) <i>"first we delivered the material with normal process"</i>

      b) <i>"so we created the return delivery and did PGI"</i>

      In this do you mean to say "<i>normal process</i>" means standard delivery and billing has been made??

      For return delivery, normally one would do PGR (Post Goods Receipt) whereas, you are saying PGI. If you have done PGR, instead of trying with VF04, try with VF01.

      Thanks

      G. Lakshmipathi

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