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Hi all

I am facing problem while doing return delivery.

The GR is done for material and it got posted to quality inspection. There due to poor quality , it is moved to blocked stock. Invoice is posted. Now i want to return to vendor, while doing return delivery (MRBL) an error is coming

" Deficit of PU IR qty X kg "

But X kg is in blocked stock (MMBE). How can it be done?


B Shar

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  • Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 02:32 PM

    Hello Shar,

    Check your PO item: You might be using GR-based IV and not allowing GR reversals after an invoice has been posted.

    Check the customizing:

    Materials Management

    -> Inventory Management and Physical Inventory

    -> Goods Receipt

    -> For GR-Based IV, Reversal of GR Despite Invoice

    See the movement you are trying to post: 102, 122, etc... and set the flag "RevGR. despite IR" for this movement type, in order to allow the system to cancel the goods receipt after the invoice.

    Otherwise you will need to reverse the invoice in order to be able to reverse the goods receipt.

    I hope this helps,


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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 04:33 AM


    You have made GR for PO into Quality Inspection stock but not to Blocked stock.Right..So when you do return delivery with respect to that Material doc it checks for stock in Quality Inspection.So it is throwing error....

    Either move that stock to Quality inspection and then try Return delivery..


    you can create PO to that vendor and check the Return delivery indicator in PO,give stock type as Blocked stock in Delivery tab.Save po and follow migo .The stock will be sent to vendor.Movement type will be 161.

    try it...

    Let me know if any quries..



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