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MB51 - credit note

Hi MM wizards:)

I'm from SD module so please be patient ...

We get a material from our supplier for example:

Material number: Batch Amount: Price:

500001 aabbc 1000 10000 $

We put in to our store by purchase invoice. So we have a material on our store - price 10 $/unit. a day after we recieve a credit note from our supplier minus 2000 $ . So now we have price 8 $/unit.

And now my question .

In T-code mb51 we have only a purchase invoice (10 000 $), can we get a credit note as well , or is some other T-code that recieve this information is possible. Or maybe I can get this information from some table.

Best Wishes

Lukasz

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 12:15 PM

    Hi Lukasz,

    MB51, will only give you material doc list & amount in LC shown in only goods value. Later, vendor will provide invoice for 1000 & credit memo details will not be shown in material document. However you can check invoices / creditmemos recd in PO history under item details / EKBE Table against this Purchasing document.

    Reward if usefull.

    Cheers

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  • Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 12:18 PM

    Check in MR51.

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    • a goods receipt is posted to a purchase order.

      the invoice is posted in reference to the purchase order.

      post the credit note as well in reference to the PO in transaction MIRO and you can see what you want to see.

      If the credit note was posted just in FI, then it will not decrease the material value.

      If the material value got decreased then you should see a posting in MR51. Maybe you did a wrong selection.

      If the credit memo was posted in reference to the PO, then you would see this in PO item history. (by the way you can use ME23N, no need to search tables like EKBE)

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