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GMPS

dear friends,

our users have created the process orders and the status of the same are showing GMPS.

but the withdrawal qty. in process order is 0" for all the components.

we also checked documented goods movement for any unplanned goods issue., but there is no record for the goods issue in this also.

we have also checked in material document list MB51 for any consumption through 261, 262 mvts.but there also didnt find any records.

so , if the order status is showing GMPS, then where actually the consumption has taken place ?

and how can we track the same?

and if I m not wrong the system will give the Status as GMPS only when the materials have been issued.

this is an urgent issue please give us the suggestions and the points will be rewarded for the same.

awaiting for quick reply.

thnx-rgds

AR

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  • Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 01:26 PM

    Hello,

    It can because of GR also.

    So check your GR with reference to this Order..

    Regards,

    Siva

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    • Former Member M Siva Kumar

      dear Siva,

      thnx for ur valuable response, we have found out that the raw materials were not consumed, and directly GR was done.this was the reason to get the status as GMPS in process orders.

      thnx once again

      regards

      Amitabh

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 05:55 PM

    Hi

    try to go mmbe and check if the materials are in qly inspection.

    If so clear the QM part u will get them. The qly is most common PI

    Nanduri

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