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Hi Guys,

I am kind of confused with the MR11 and F.19 transaction...

MR11 - clears out the PO as and when MIRO happens; Also I noticed that when I do check a PO within the MR11 transaction and do a posting from that transaction, it creates a document which I dont know where to view and also is this correct to do that?

Also, when we execute the MR11, we see the freight costs appearing on the output too, however, when we uncheck the check box for 'Delivery Accounts', it doesnt appear; I am not sure why it appears and also what it means

Thank u very much

Rukshana

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 04:19 PM

    Hi,

    MR11 is created to close out a PO based on the PO quantity over or under invoiced. When this transaction is run at the month end, it selects the PO's based on the PO quantity and then compares how much of the quantity is received and how much of it has been invoiced.

    You can choose to write off the uninvoiced or unreceived quantity by setting some tolerance limits. MR11 posts a transaction for the difference, which goes to an inventory account if the material is at moving average price and goes to a price difference account if the material is maintained at standard price.

    You can display the MR11 document using t-code MR11SHOW.

    Delivery costs can also be written off using the same transaction if the delivery costs have been under invoiced.

    Regards

    Sharabh

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