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Hi All,

can we use material type ( RAW MATERIAL ,ROH) FOR scrap.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 08:03 AM

    Hi

    You should not use...

    because As per SAP Best Practice.... ROH is always procured Externally and you will not Sell Raw Material.

    whereas Scrap generally you will not Procure....It is getting Generated during your Production...and you may sell it also....Generally you have to use Customized Material Type for Scraps..

    Reward if useful

    Regards

    S.Baskaran

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 04:40 AM

    Hi!

    It is better to use material type UNBW for scrap materials.

    Regards!

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      There are 2 types of Scaps .

      1.Salable

      2.Non salable.

      So according to client's requirement you can decide.

      1.if you maintain with ROH, the cost will assign to cost center.

      2.If you maintian with UNBW , the transfer posting required.

      between the materials.

      so you can maintain in both ways.

      Regards

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