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Packing and post goods issue

Hello,

We've created a new material pallet as packing material. As soon as we pack the materials from delivery with the pallet in VL02n, the pack is done correctly. However, the post goods issue is done for materials packed, but not for the pallet material.

Do you have any explanation?

Thank you,

Óscar

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    Jun 11, 2008 at 12:01 PM

    hi,

    goto vl01n screen select the delivery line item and goto edit-pack, then spacify packaging meterial then enter.

    and again select two line items goto edit-pack-pack , then goback.

    in system gives a message meterial was packed.

    then carryout picking, pgi.

    thanks,

    narayan

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    • Dear Oscar

      For Packing materials, you need to ensure certain criterias.

      Please check the following:-

      1) Go to *VHAR,* you create the packing material type say Pallet

      2) In IMG -- Logistics-Execution --> Shipping --> Packing --> Define Material Group for Packaging Material. Here create a group, say PACK

      3) Choose the next- Define Allowed Packaging Materials. Here for Material Group PACK, assign Pallet (as stated in point 1)

      4) Now create packing material in material master with type VERP and also Item Category Group VERP.

      5) In Sales: General/Plant tab, you need to maintain the following

      a) for Matl Grp Pack.Matls as PACK

      b) Packaging mat. type as Pallet

      c) Allowed Pkg weight

      Save the master. Now while creating delivery, after selecting Goto -- Pack, ensure that you block both the "Pack material" and "Material to be Packed". Once you do this, click on "Pack" which is above Material to be packed (left top). Once clicked the pack button, system will show a message material packed. Now select "Back" button so that you will come to the main screen of delivery.

      Now do pgi and check the stock of packing material. The stock will get reduced to the extent of you posted goods issue.

      thanks

      G. Lakshmipathi

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    Jun 11, 2008 at 12:21 PM

    Dear oscar,

    you have to do the same procedure while delivery.

    pack the material in delivery.

    But you have to make changes in material type, while creating or copying material in plant determination field you have to chose the option: Plant determined for the first item that was packed.

    then while delivery when u pack the material it will create the second line item and after PGI your stock will also get update.

    Hope this will help you out

    Nitin.

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  • Jun 11, 2008 at 11:49 AM

    Dear Oscar

    B4 posting goods issue, have you clicked in one of the top tabs "Edit" and then "Pack" ?? If not, you have to reverse the PGI and redo the process.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Jun 12, 2008 at 07:44 AM

    Hi Nitin Chauhan and Lakshmipathi,

    I've followed the steps you have done to me, but I haven't been able to make the pgi from the delivery.

    BTW, our deliveries are created from scheduling agreements. So, we don't have the material pallet in the scheduling agreement. We have to add the pallet directly during the packing step.

    Thank you,

    Óscar

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    Jun 12, 2008 at 08:07 AM

    Dear oskar,

    please check the stock of the pallet in the tcode MMBE

    IF U DONT GET SOL PL REPLY

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      We have enough stock. In fact, we can make the PGI for the delivery. But, the palet is not reduced from stock. Only is reduced the quantities of the materials packed.

      Thank you,

      Óscar