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Conformation Cancellation error

Hi

i am trying to cancel one confirmation of which the last operation is Inspection. At this time one error is coming.

Deficit of BA stock in quality inspection.

Please help me as early as possible.

Regards,

Anand

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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 10:23 AM

    Since you did the confirmation with GR, and after GR stock was posted to quality and from qulaity it has transfered to UR stock. Now if you want to reverse the confirmation, then you need to reverse the material movements.

    Please let me know you have activated quality management module? If not then you can transfer the stock from UR to quality and reverese the confimation.

    But if QM is activated...please come back

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      if this tick is there, then the material doc will not be posted, but confi will be reversed. In COGI, this entry will be there which you need to handle later.

      I think you will get a pop up screen where it is asking for your confirmation about the material mov. In this you select NO, then the material doc will be posted to COGI transaction in which case you need to handle it later.

      Now how to reverse the UR stock to QM stock...you need to refer the note...

      it is not stright forward.

      The note is

      note 33924 Reversing the UD and 175842-QM lot stock reversal

      Once it is done, then in COGI, you can post the mov document which is in hold.

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