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how to change the g/l a/c being used while doing goods issue using migo

when I pass a migo entry whilie purchasing material

, the entry goes through stock

stock (230000 a/c no) 150 dr

GR/IR (150000 a/c) 150 cr

when I issue material after reservation for which again migo is done

entry is

repairs to plant and mach (4800569 a/c) 175

stock (230000 a/c no) 175

The stock a/c is debited and credited due to t.code obyc where for inventory posting I have assigned a/c 2300000 for valuation class assigned to material.

now I want to have a/c no 4800689 in place of 4800569. how can i change that.

that is when I issue material from stock this should be debited to 4800689 instead of 4800569. please provide t.code to change the gl from 4800689 from 4800569

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2008 at 12:45 PM


    Check the GL account assignment in OBYC for transaction "GBB" and General modification "VBR".

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      continuing my issue is it possible to that we donot have to change the gbb and vbr and still we can have the desired results.

      that is we are able to use different gl for debit while doing goods issue from a single stocked material

      or we want to have this result

      1. repairs to p&m 1000 dr

      stock of cement a/c 1000 cr

      2. repairs to building 2000 dr

      stock of cement a/c 2000 cr.

      3. construction 3500 dr

      stock of cement 3500 cr

      we donot want to change the GBB and VBR every time or change the GL a/c while doing reservation.

      is there any third option where we get the desired result without changing or entering the g/l manually

      if there is please let me know the

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