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Hi all,

Currently in our company when Goods issue is done for a sales order for either raw material or a bulk material it is hitting same G/L account. But this need to hit two different G/L accounts, one for raw material and other for bulk material when shipping is done. How do i achieve this? Please let me know the detailed configuration steps.

Any input is highly appreciated!!

Thanks,

Avani.

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 01:48 AM

    Hello,

    You need to check the material management accoutndetermination. In account determination the posting will be based on the valuation grouping code, valuation class and G/L account. Either both the material type the valuation class is mainatined the same or for both the valuation class the G/L account maintained is the same. So you need to change it, take the help of an MM consultant.

    Prase

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 10:57 AM

    Go in transaction OBYC and and assign the different GL account as per the valuation class of bulk material and raw material.

    Cheers

    Prashant

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      If you have two different materials (one for bulk and another for packed) it is easy. You have to create 2 account assignment group values (one for bulk and another for packed) and assig it to the different materials.

      Create account assignment group for materials: SPRO - Sales and distribution - Basic functions - Account assignment - Revenue acc assignment - Check master data

      If you have the same material for bulk or packed you should use a different order type or same field to make the difference in VKOA.

      Regards

      Mikel

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