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Settlement of production order

Hello Gurus,

When we try to mark the deletion flag to a production order, it showing the message as "remaining posting value 0.02" and system is allowing to set the deletion flag. Can any please help to solve this problem.

Thank you

Nivas

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    Posted on Sep 16, 2008 at 01:04 PM

    Hi

    Unless and until the balance of committments and actual cost on the order is zero.. system will not allow you to delete it.

    Settle the balance from order to valid receiver.

    Regards

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    • HI,

      I don't think, it is possible to settle through Variance calculation ( KKS2 ) and CO88. Since, I could not simulate, I am not sure about my statement.

      Let us do one thing:

      Go to KKS2 and do variance calculation and check is that 0.02 has been picked up over there. If it is picked up, then you can settle through CO88. If this value 0.02 not picked up over KKS2, no point in doing Co88.

      The other way out for this issue is below.

      1. Remove the TECO status.

      2. Do GI very little quanity of material to the production order to make the remaining value of production order from 0.02 to 1.00.

      3. CO03, under Goods receipt tab activate the check box of " Delivery Completed" and set the status TECO also

      4. Do variance calculation using t code KKS2

      5. Do settlement using T code Co88

      6. Set the status " Deletion Flag". This may work.

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2008 at 08:53 AM

    GIVE THE PATH .

    HOW YOU ARE FOLLOWING.

    GO TO TCODE --CORS

    CANCEL THE PROCESS ORDER.

    THEN DELETE.

    THANKS & REGARDS

    MALA

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    Posted on Sep 17, 2008 at 08:57 AM

    Hi

    Reverse settlement first and perform variance calculation and settlement again. It may get cleared.

    Vijayanand Sankaran

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