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RG1 register

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When I am trying to update my RG1 register in J1I5 it nots geting upadate the signal showing red

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 09:14 AM

    Initial RG1 Updation

    The sequence is like this:

    1. In SE16, enter Table name: J_2IRG1BAL, and click on Create. Enter the material Number and 'P' in Material form (Loose/Pack indicator) and click 'Save'. This step is to be done only for the first time.

    2. Do your Initial Stock entry in MB1C, movement type 561

    2. Go to J1I5, select Posting Date, Document Year and 'ROP in Classification (Receipt from outside under any other provision). Click on Create icon (Register entry)

    4. Go to J2I5 and extract the RG1 Register. You must get a green checkmark.

    5. After doing the PFI, go to J1I5, select Posting Date, Document Year and Classification 'IDH' (For domestic sales) or 'IDE' if the first removal is for Export Sale. Based on the accounting document generated during PGI (MB03) the RG1 Register gets updated with the removal for Outbound Delivery.

    6. Reextract the RG1 register in J2I5. You must get a green checkmark.For the RG1 Register printout, go to J2I6, select the option, 'Script Form' and hit 'Execute.

    All this was in OSS Note: 373001.

    Regards,

    Rajesh Banka

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    Posted on Apr 02, 2008 at 09:17 AM

    first extract from j2i5 and then update your register j1i5.

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