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Reg.nagative material creation

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How to create negative value material for the purpose of subcontracting scrap usage.

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Rajj

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 07:30 AM

    mention -10 or similar figure

    negative value need not be created, it will take care during MIGO

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  • Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 07:53 AM

    Hi Raja,

    I guess do you think of by-product in subcontracting process.

    You can define in the BOM of your F-30 material a by-product as a component with negative qty. (You can aslo achieve the same if you do this in the subcon-PO: ME21N/ME22N > 'material data' tab [item level] > click on icon 'Components' > define the material&-qty)

    You send the subcon-components to your vendor via MVT 541 (in MB1B with or without PO reference, or in ME2O).

    After that your SC vendor produces the F-30 material and you receive it in MIGO via MVT 101. At the same time you consume the components via MVT 543 and your by-product will be created by MVT 545.

    It will appear in the special stock of your SC vendor and if you want to bring it to your location you have to use MB1B 542.

    BR

    Csaba

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 07:57 AM

    if u r taking about subcontracting then go to tcode cs01 and there mentionthe byproduct in -ve quantity

    as well as mention the child materials in +ive quantity

    and save

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