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Material value report (Scrap)

Hi All,

Pls let me know std reports available in SAP of material valuation,like value of receipts,Issues and Issue to scrap.

my basic requirement to know the scrap value of perticular material which is issued to Scrap

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Raj

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 08:36 AM

    Dear friend,

    In MB51 Transaction u type ur material with respective to the Mvt.Type - 551, 553, 555.You can see your scrap stock list...

    From sas...

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 08:37 AM

    Try to use MB51 >mvt type 551>CtrlShiftF2>Ctrl+F8>add amount in lcl curr to the layout.

    you can also try MB5B

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 08:42 AM

    You can Use MB5B.

    Give the material number and period of interest and execute. You will get the current stock value of the material, value of receipts and value of issues.

    But if you want to know the values of certain transactions only (value of material for the particular transaction when it is scrapped using mov type 551, 553, 555, then develop custom reports using the accounting documents generated in that transaction.

    Or write a query using SQVI

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      Hi Sumit,

      Thanks for valuable guidence..

      I have one more query,pls clarify....

      After taking the stock for consumption to a perticular project(WBS-221 mvt type),Is there any possibility to issue the stock from project to scrap...any idea pls let me know...

      Raj

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