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process of returning goods

I want to return goods due to some quality reason. Can anybody describe the standard process ?

I guess..

QA02 - reject material - mvt 322

MIGO - return delivery - mvt ...... (with tick on 'via delivery')

MRP increases the requirement to compensate return goods.

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 08:00 AM

    When an item is rejected due to quality reasons, in the usage decision screen, enter the quantity in the return delivery field. Upon saving, a return material document with 122 movement will get created against the original PO.

    Regards,

    Aroop

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 08:14 AM

    Hi,

    Create Purchase Order - ME21N with return tick in item level for purchase order.

    Than create good receipt for material against return purchase order system take autometic reference of 161 mov. Type.

    Give reason code and click on check button and save mateiral document.

    Capture excise if it is applicable when good receipt.

    For Excise reversal.

    Enter t-code J1IS enter create button, enter referance document type as MATD(Good receipt number which is created against return purchase order).

    check BED, ECS and SECess values to be reversed and click on save button.

    Than post it with help of J1IV t-code.

    Regards,

    Mahesh.

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 08:43 AM

    Hai,

    If LIV is done for the material, then do the following process

    1. Raise the credit memo to reduce the vendor liability.

    2. Do the GR with mvt type 122.

    3. Do the J1IS - excise invoice for outwards movements &

    4. Post excise invoice by J1IV, if it is a excisable material.

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 08:52 AM

    Hi,

    QA32 - Usage Decision and Stock Posting to Blocked Stock from Un-restricted Stock (Movement Type - 350)

    Now Return Delivery Process;

    1. MIGO - Return delivery > Material Document (Here refer GR doc, system will determine mvmt type "122" automatically, select Stock type as "Blocked Stock" under Where tab)

    2. J1IS - Excise Invoice Other Movements

    Here click on u201Ccreateu201D button to create an outgoing excise invoice and reverse the CENVAT Amount.

    Here put all details as below and Press u201CEnteru201D.

    Ref.doc.type - MATD, Doc Number - Material document No of 122 mvmt, Doc Year, Series Group, Excise Group, Vendor

    Here check BED, ECS and SECess values to be reversed and click on u201CSaveu201D button to post the excise invoice.

    3. J1IV - Post and Print Outgoing Excise Invoice.

    4. MIRO - Credit memo w.r.t. Original PO.

    Note: - Excise Transactions to be followed if CIN functionality is in use.

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    • You have to configure message determination for material documents

      OMBR - Assign the Print Version to MIGO (For e.g. 3 - Collective Slip)

      OMB5 - Assign Print indicator "2" (Return Delivery) to movement type 122

      M706 - Use Output type "WA01"

      MN21 - Maintain Condition record for Output type "WA01"

      Here enter

      Trans./Event Type WL

      Print Version 3

      Print Item 2

      Partner Function as VN

      MB90 - Print Material Document

      In MIGO, activate "Print" indicator and select "3" (Collective Slip) under "General" tab at Header level

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