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MM Life Cycle

Hello All,

Can any one give me life cycle of MM

I want to create PO for material and do whole process so that it will do the stock filling for me for that material.

Because this material i need to use in SD and it is not delivered by Third party.

so i have to complete the life cycle in order to proceed further.

Thanks

Sundu

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 06:45 PM

    hi,

    by using t.code me21n we can create purchase order- no accounting document will be generate

    by using t.code migo we can create goods receipt-

    inventory raw material a/c-dr

    to

    gr/ir clearing account

    t.code miro is used for invoice verification

    gr/ir clearing account-dr

    to

    vendor acount

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      Hi,

      you may bring the material into stock just by using MIGO (GR for others option)transaction with 561 mvt type.( This cuts down PO creation activtity also)

      For bringing the material into stock for SD purpose, you do not need to go for Invocie verification.

      Just PO cretaion and Goods receipt are sufficient.

      Hope this helps.

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 06:40 PM

    Hi,

    the following are the steps in MM

    1. create PO ME21N

    2. do GR MIGO

    3. DO invoice verification MIRO

    Regards

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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 10:26 PM

    You can also use MB1C and mvmt type 561, this transation is used for the initial entry of stocks into SAP. So it will just put material into stock and you won't have to go through the PO and GR process.

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