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COOIS report item differances.

hi friends,

what is the defferance between profile of "Automatic goods movements" and Documented goods movements" in transaction code COOIS ? and while executing both should show same results or diffrent with respect to same production order?

pls explain with an example.

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thansk

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 10:44 AM

    automatuc goods movements are goods movements hasppened during confirmation ex auto GR/GI

    Docuemnted goods movements is the goods movements happened due to the configuratioon OPL8 - order dependent parameter - implimentation tab page -check boxes for GR/GI(planned/unplanned)

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 11:25 AM

    hi Suri

    in COOIS if at all u have selected Atomatic Goods Movement

    u will get the deatail of Goods Moved based on Backflush

    But in the Documented Goods Movement will show the Details of all the material consumed against that order

    Eg: A is your final component B & C has been set as Backflush componets

    In COOIS it will show the B and C

    2) In Document Goods movement

    it will show A,B,C and also u have posted sum materials manual By using MB1A against that order and PRT against that order (means all the componets against that order which has created Documents ) .

    Madhu

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