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Hi Friends

Wat is the difference between

G\L Decrease Account AND

Inventory Offset Decrease account

Tell me as a scenario .how i can check that in SAP B1 by raising Transaction .

Sankar

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  • Posted on May 27, 2008 at 11:43 AM

    Sankar,

    material revaluation or item cost revaluation document/form will use G/L decrease account.

    Good issue document will use inventory offset decrease account.

    Reconciliation of stock count result in the inventory transaction --> initial quantities, inventory tracking and stock posting are also use the inventory offset decrease account

    Rgds,

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 11:30 AM

    Dear Mr/Ms. sankar dharmaraj ,

    G/L Decrease Account-An offsetting account to the Stock account used in Goods Issues and negative difference in Stock Postings (updates after inventory). You can change this account manually while creating its corresponding document.

    Inventory Offset -These accounts are used as balancing accounts when the stock value is increased or decreased due to the creation of a material revaluation document.

    Wish it helps you.

    Best regards,

    Lucy Shen

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