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Reports in REM.

Hi PP Gurus,

We are using REM here. We know that MCRP, MCP6 are the standard LIS reports transactions codes available with SAP. Requirement is to get all the consumption of raw materials and receipt of product and by-products either in one report or two report seperately. We are trying for ABAP query using table S026 and S027 but it's not working. Do we need to go for SAP Query. What is the difference between ABAP Query and SAP Query.

Please revert with your kind and prompt remarks.

Thanks & Regards,

Abu Arbab

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    Posted on Aug 08, 2008 at 06:31 AM
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    Posted on Aug 08, 2008 at 11:06 AM

    Hi,

    For Material Consumption report try table: MVER

    For Quantity Consumed use table : S026.

    It is possible to combine two fields from these tables and make a customized report using ABAP Query.

    The first job should be to find out in which standard tables (one or more) you can ffind out what information is required.

    Try these tables... This may help.

    Ravi.

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      Hi PP Gurus,

      Thanks a lot for yout kindly and timely support.

      Ravi my quetion was regarding to REM scenario. I think the right tables for REM by-products reporting are S226:Material usage: repetitive manufacturing, and S227: Product costs: repetitive manufacturing. Because I wanted to post By-products target and actual production. against production version. Even standard SAP's T-code MF12 (using document no.), MCRP the same report can be taken as in SAP we mention by-product in material consumption or with raw materials GI in REM. Client doesn't accept this because for them it is GR of by-products.

      Anyways thanks for your support.

      Thanks & Regards,

      Abu Arbab

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