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Cycle Counting Process

Hello,

I can perform Continuous Inventories, but the issue at hand is Cycle Counting. Can somebody explain the cycle counting procedure from to start to finish including transactions. I would much appreciate it. Thx

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    Posted on Jan 08, 2008 at 04:52 PM

    Please follow this link

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/c6/f848d14afa11d182b90000e829fbfe/frameset.htm

    MI01>Create physical inventory document>Enter Document Date>Planned count date>Plant Code>Storage Location>Click on Enter button>you will get the separate screen>Enter material code>and click on SAVE button (Ctrl+S)>you will get Physical inventory document number. (MI02-Use for delete)

    (After getting Physical inventory document number you go with MIO4)

    MI04>click on enter button>you will get "Enter inventory count screen>Enter Phys. inventory doc.no>Fiscal year>Count date>click on enter button>you will get separate screen>Enter physical qty>and click on save button ((Ctrl+S)>you will get massage from the SAP” Count entered for phys. inv. doc. 100000112"

    (After completed above transaction you please go with MI07)

    MI07>you will get Post inv.differences:initial screen>Enter Phys. inventory doc.> Fiscal year> Posting date>click on enter button>you will get separate screen with deference qty>click save button(Ctrl+S)> you will get document number generated from the system (Diffs in phys. inv. doc. 100000112 posted with m. doc. 4900001246)

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