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how is the stock recovered from quality inspection, please xplain.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 12:47 PM

    hi,

    when u r giveing verdict in QA32 in background 321 MT will happen and it will take stock from QI to unrestricted stock

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    guru

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 12:49 PM

    hi it depends on where u want to move this stock

    u can use MB1b and movement type as mentioned below

    321 TF quality to unrest

    322 TR quality to unr.

    323 TF quality in plant

    324 TR quality in plant

    311 Transfer posting storage location to storage location in one step

    The quantity is transferred from unrestricted-use stock of the issuing storage location to unrestricted use in the receiving storage location.

    Possible special stock indicators: E, K, M, Q

    See also 321, 343, 349, and 455 for other stock types

    313 Stock transfer storage location to storage location in two steps - removal from storage

    The quantity is transferred from unrestricted-use stock of the issuing storage location to stock in transfer in the receiving storage location.

    553 Scrapping from stock in quality inspection

    Possible special stock indicators: E, K, O, Q, V, W

    Possible special stock indicators:

    • K Goods receipt for purchase order to consignment stock

    • O Goods receipt for purchase order to stock of material provided to vendor

    • E GR for purchase order or order to sales order stock

    • Q GR for purchase order or order to project stock.

    regards

    Vishal

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