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Post Goods issue showing wrong accounting figures

Dear Friends,

I have received a query where there is one sales order with many line item. Delivery is broken up into pieces and so is billing. When I go to the deliver -post goods issue and check for the accounting document for the first delivery, it shows for accounting document figures perfectly fine but when I go to the second delivery - post goods issue, the accounting document generated figures are vague. The figures which should be in lacs are reflected in crores in the accounting document in the Post goods issue.

The Price Control in the Material is Moving Average Price

The pricing procedure does not show anything wrong in the Sales Document.

Kindly suggest me a solution to this problem. This is a very critical issue as the figures are in huge numbers.


Vineet Jain

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    Apr 09, 2008 at 09:30 AM


    Delivery doesnt have 1 to 1 relation with SO.

    So check properly the line item of delivery through document flow.

    ie is ur SO has 2 line items 10 & 20, & if u make 2 different deliveries then for 2nd delivery also the line item shown will be 10.

    Hope this will solve ur problem.



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  • Apr 09, 2008 at 09:31 AM

    Dear Vineet

    Really this is a strange problem which should not happen. Please confirm whether you are facing this issue in all subsequent deliveries or only for that particular sale order. If it is only for that particular sale order, then I feel, you need to refer to SAP.

    Meanwhile, you can cross check the value as follows:-

    Go to MB51, give the material code which has got issue, input plant and movement type and execute. A list will be displayed where press +"Cntrl + Shift + F12"+ so that the system will take you to a screen where for that particular material code and movement type, a detailed analysis will flow with delivery reference. In the same screen, there is a field "Amount in LC". Divide this value with despatched quantity and see whether the value here is flowing correctly ( is picking the moving average price) by comparing with material master Accounting1 view.


    G. Lakshmipathi

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      I have checked mb51 and compared the data. The data in the material master does not match with the one listed in the detailed list as mentioned in mb51. I already know that the data in the material master does not match with the acounting document in delivery - PGI. However, it does match with the billing pricing details.

      My question is - where is it picking up the values from? And why is it picking up the values wrong only in some delivery - PGI and not in others? Please suggest a solution to this tricky problem.


      Vineet Jain