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rough GR

Hi All,

Please let know where can we use rough GR and what is the T Code for the same

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    Sep 23, 2008 at 08:40 AM

    Hi,

    - Rough GR is used to identify deliveries, meaning that the items in the delivery documents are assigned to the items contained in the vendor shipping notification items in the system. Rough GR can only be used for certain order items that have a specific confirmation code (detailed information for the item for the relevant order items).

    - Rough GR can be used for one or more purchase orders or shipping notifications (inbound deliveries). If a rough GR is created for one or more purchase orders, and if a delivery has already been posted based on a shipping notification, the user receives notifications.

    - When a rough GR is posted, a document is also posted. The document has a very similar function to a delivery notification.

    - The following options can be used for a rough GR:

    1. You can enter differences in quantity in delivery notes and purchase orders or delivery notifications.

    2. You can sort the items from all the assigned purchase orders for additional online processing using the same structure as the delivery document from the vendor.­

    3. You can print out a count list for the GR that is to follow.­

    4. You can generate (article) sales tickets.­

    5. You can generate goods receipt/issue slips: they can be used as pallet slips.

    Refer following link;

    Creating a Rough Goods Receipt

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  • Sep 23, 2008 at 08:41 AM

    hi,

    USE:

    The rough goods receipt (business object BUS2090) is a step that takes place before the actual goods receipt posting. The delivery is identified and the items on the delivery documents sent by the vendor are matched up with the order items in the system. The system compares the quantities ordered with those contained in the delivery papers. This enables you to identify large quantity differences or articles that are wrongly delivered even before you take physical receipt of the goods.

    Technically, a rough goods receipt document is the same as an inbound delivery. Only after the goods are physically received and the goods receipt posted are the articles included in the inventory of the site. When the goods receipt is entered, reference is made to the rough goods receipt.

    Process:

    http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_03/helpdata/EN/12/085c5d470311d1894a0000e8323352/frameset.htm

    hope it helps...

    Regards

    Priyanka.P

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Is it to be only used in SAP retail. I would like to use it for inventroy tracking at port. Please let me knwo what are the implications on accounting. Also if you know complete procedure for the same.