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How to post excess consumption to Production order

Dear All,

We are following discrete manufacturing with backflush setup for auto GI of materials.

The entire flow is functioning smoothly, like

1. Creation of production order & release to production.

2. Auto goods issue upon last operation confirmation.

The qty of goods issue is automatically taken from component qty in the order.

But we want to goods issue the extra qty consumed due to mishandling, damage or other reasons.

I know that this can't be automated.

I would like to know how to post extra qty consumed on top of the auto GI by the system.

What is the TCODE to post only the extra qty to production order and the steps to do it?

Please reply

Thanks in advance

Raj.

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    Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 08:57 AM

    Dear Raj,

    Go to transaction code MB1A. Select movement type as 261(goods issue), plant, storage location and press ENTER. Once you inside, enter the order number that you want in which the consumption should go and then enter Material, Quantity and Batch below.

    Hope I am clear. Get back to me in case of any queries.

    Narendra

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  • Posted on Apr 09, 2008 at 09:16 AM

    Hi Raj,

    You can post additional consumption of Goods issue from MB1A transaction.

    Select Goods Issue-->Create W. Reference --> To Order from the menu and enter the order number, movement type 261 and storage location etc.

    thanks and regards

    Murugesan

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