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Urgent : GR for reprocess order

Hi all gurus,

My problem is regarding reprocess order in process industry.

I am creating reprocess order with T.Code CORO (without material) using separate order type in which I select respective material recipe number.

After going to create screen I fill reprocess quantity and dates.

Then it asks me for distribution rule in which we are selecting order. Here we are entering old regular order number.

Then in material components we are putting that reprocessing finish product quantity with other required processing materials. After doing release it allows me to save.

Then we issues materials to that order with MB1A .it reduces stocks.

Then we confirm that order with T.Code CORK.

After that when we goes to goods receipt through MIGO, it does not shows any selectable item for that order.

System is saying that u should on the Goods receipt indicator which is goods receipt tab in that respective process order where it shows me goods receipt, non valuated indicator on.

My problem is that we want to do goods receipt for that reprocess order so that stock should be updated with that quantity.

So please help me what should we do for that.

Please give in details.

Is our procedure is correct or not ?

Hoping for detail answer ………..

With regards,


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    Posted on Jan 05, 2008 at 08:37 AM


    Reprocess order GR is not possible. You need to do the GR for original order.

    Procedure is as below

    create a original order

    confirm with GR the original order with qty 5 as yield and 5 as rework order, system will create reprocess order for 5 qty.

    Confirm the rework order. and do the GR to original order.

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