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Goods reciept on Process order posted with zero value

May 01 at 12:41 AM

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Former Member

Hello Experts,

We have below situation -

Process order was created for a new in-house finished good (standard price), the order has a partial delivery status and has goods receipt (101) posted with quantity but without any value (FI document created with zero value!)

It turns out the standard costing was not run on this material when the goods movement got posted

Issue now is that the finished goods have been sold to the customer and the reversal of 101 is not possible at this time

Can you please suggest how to correct the financials in this case?

This is urgent issue, any guidance is greatly appreciated

Thanks

Mujju

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Hello,

Can anyone help? Appreciate any guidance

Thanks

Mujju

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Any response? Any help is greatly appreciated

Thanks

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Solomon Macwan May 02 at 12:06 PM
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Hi Mujju,

It means that you have generated a goods with zero value. so if you settle the production order than the raw material cost will go in the variance.

In case of accounting document the FG value will go with 0 value.

I am not sure about the account document but I think that FI person will be able to handle this.

Regards,

Solomon

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Thank you, My question was more on the FI/CO side on how to correct the postings

The material movements cannot be reversed at this time, with that the only option is to settle the difference to variance which will be huge

MJ

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Hi MJ,

In that case, there is nothing you can do. or you can do following

If you have allowed the -ve stock posting than do the 102 movement with 0 value.

and again run the std costing and CK24. and than again do the 101 movement for that qty.

in that way you will be deducting and adding the cost to the order.

Hope this helps.

Regards,

Solomon

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