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Cancellation of production order

Gurus,

I have a scenario where i am issuing some raw materials from stores to the production order, after one operation i want to cancel the order and return the sfg to the stores after one operation. then i TECO the order and cancel it. Now i want to issue this sfg to another order as sfg how can i map this process so that the costs are also captured appropriatels according to material movements.

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Ariel Desa

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    Sep 08, 2008 at 05:49 AM

    Hi Shahid,

    1. Cancel Operation Confirmation: Go to CO13 enter order number press enter. In next screen select operation and click cancel and SAVE.

    2. Return the Material : GO to MB1A enter Plant, mvt type as 262 press enter. Enter return material number, qty, batch (f there), storage location and production order number (old no) and press enter save.

    3. Re Issue the Material: GO to MB1A enter Plant, mvt type as 261 press enter. Enter return material number, qty, batch (f there), storage location and production order number (new no) and press enter save.

    Revert for further query.

    Regards,

    S.Babusingh

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  • Sep 08, 2008 at 05:52 AM

    Hi,

    Best way you can create the production order for SFG with one operation and do GR for that order also. Then use same SFG to another production order.

    Please come back with your requirement for this scenario.

    Regards,

    R.Brahmankar

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    • Former Member

      HI Bhramakar,

      I understood your reply but the problem is that i am not sure after which operation i will be cancelling the order, so i cannot create a PO for the same. I s there any way i can define the material as coproduct and return to stores and then cancel the order?.

      Thanks,

      Ariel

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    Sep 08, 2008 at 06:24 AM

    Hi shaikh

    As per my observation, lets consider the following example, say we have a iron rod as raw material. We are going to carry out 3 operations on it. 10, 20 and 30. After the 10th operation we realize that some thing is wrong with the order so we decide to do teco. Instead i would suggest you delete operation 20 and 30 from the order of sfg. Do confirmation of this order with operation 10 and bring the material to stock. the system will treat it as a SFG. Now you create a production order of the finish goods. Here you add the deleted operation in the order of SFG. The system will capture the total cost of the material in the production order of the finish material.

    Once any operation is carried out on the material the material changes its state. That is value gets added to the material.

    I hope the requirement is meet. Pls revert back with the conclusion.

    Thanks

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