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GR/IR account functionality

Dear Guru's,

Any one please calarify,

how gr/ir account functions iam not clear about this one, what i understand is

1)GR/IR account is a gl account with open item managed one.

2) when goods received it was posted by crediting to this account and debiting to stock accout.

3) At the time of invoice receipt we pass entry by debiting GR/IR account and crediting party account

4) balance in this account like debits and credits are cleared by automaticlly running F.13

I am not understanding this MR11 and OBYP ?

Thanks,

Srini.

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 12:59 PM

    Hi

    MR11 is run if there is a balance. This is commonly known as "Delivery surplus" or Invoice surplus wherein one of them is more or less than the other. Ie GR qty is more or less than the Invoiced quantity and you no longer expect further GR or IR.

    F.13 is run if the balance is zero and you clear the account

    Jayaram

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 01:00 PM

    Hi,

    MR 11 is MM transaction code where system study what are all pending uncleared line items lying in GR/IR account.

    OBYP is transaction code where you configure GR/IR clearing account. In this config you assign two accounts as given below:

    1. Goods received but not invoiced

    2. Invoiced but goods not delivered

    I thing it will clear your doubt. Assign points if useful.

    Regards

    Sarma BH

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 01:56 PM

    A discrepancy occurred between Goods Receipt (GR) and Invoice Receipt (IR). This needs to be cleared. Examples of situations where this occurs are:

    1. If the goods have been received, the vendor hasn’t invoiced for the goods and won’t be invoicing (the vendor has gone out of business). Use MR11

    2. An invoice with reference to a Purchase Order was paid through accounts payable FI instead of procurement. Use MR11

    3. The goods were received and sent back to the vendor for poor quality. The vendor was accidentally paid and we will not be reimbursed due to bankruptcy of the vendor Use MR11

    You use OBYP to define the accounts for account determination. You define the adjustment account and target account for all vendor clearing account.

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