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Is it possible to make Goods Receipt with reference to Goods Issue?

Dear All,

I got one requirement from my client.It is Quite interesting.Is it possible to make Goods Receipt with Reference to Goods Issue.If possible Please reply me how to achive this.It is very Urgent please help me to solve this problem.

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Ashok.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 05:27 AM

    if u r talking about sto then yes u can do

    use outbond delivery no or material document to do gr

    reward if usefull

    can u tell ur excat req for which issue u wantto do GR

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      Hi Umakant,

      I will Explain My Exact Requirement below.

      1. In MB1C (Movement type (501)) Transaction i will upload the Stock

      2. In MMBE i am Checking the Stock.

      In our case we are using two Valuation Type i) Loan Stock(LN) ii) Paid Stock(PD).

      3.Create Purchase Order (ME21N).

      4.In MIGO Transaction we are Issuing the Goods.We set Loan Stock as First Priority i.e During the

      goods Issue the System Automatically take the Stock from Loan Stock.If the Available Loan

      Stock is Lesser than the Stock quoted in PO it will take the Stock from Paid Stock.After Goods Issue

      in MIGO Goods Receipt is not Showing the Stock Picked from Loan Stock and Paid Stock.In goods

      Receipt it just Shows all the Stock Picked up from Loan.

      Our Requirement is Goods Receipt(GR) should show the same line items as stock splitted in Goods Issue(GI).

      It is Very Urgent.Please Help me to Solve This Problem.

      Regards,

      Ashok.

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