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STO with account assignment catg.

Dear All,

I Have a scenario for which i need a strong help from all of you.

the scenario is of I am trying to create an STO from Plant A to plant B. Plant A has status of value/quantity updates where as Plant B has only quantity update.

So when I create a STO, I do put an account assignment catg. K-cost ctr/ P-Projects.

my requirement is to, I want to receive the qty in Plant B and all value should go in account assignment catg.

But when I do a good receipt for this STO, system doesn't update quantity.

any thought/ suggestion around this?

Cheers,

Manish Jindal

Edited by: Manish Jindal on Sep 22, 2008 5:02 PM

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 03:07 PM

    Hi

    Please check whether the material in plant B has quantity update setting in it or not.If material is assigned to material type then you can check whether there is quantitiy update setting or not.

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 09:40 PM

    When you post GR, storage location should be a mandatory field. If storage location is not required and account assignment has been done during PO, stock won't be updated for both qty and value. Because system assumes you directly post material to consumption without puting material into warehouse, which means no further goods issue is possible.

    In standard system, material type UNBW non-valuated material is used for the scenario where upon goods receipt material is put into warehouse, stock quantity is updated but value goes to comsumption account, and the afterwards goods issue to cost center (or other cost objects) has to occur and is not valuated.

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