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Additional Issuance of material against same order

Gurus,

I have faced a situation for which our client need additional(unplanned) raw material on process order. the solution is that we can simply add the line item on process order by cor2 the system will automatically create the reservation against that particular line item which is a ROH. on screen of MIGO u can easilly post the goods against movement type 261 i have tried to remove tht movement type from OMJJ and other from shop floor node but failed. so i assumed as soon as i pick goods issue against order the system automatically assigns it the movement type of 261. the problem is this the client needs a report where he needs to identify additional (unplanned) issue seperately one solution is this if i can activate my reason for issuance than it will be easy to seperate both issues from same movement type i.e. 261.

What input i need from you guys is that is this scnario is good one or any one can suggest any other work around from any transaction or can recommand any settings in spro. i m open to test new things as well.

Points are guranted even things didn't work for me.....

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    Posted on Dec 20, 2008 at 04:46 PM

    Hi syed,

    Check this,

    Do not add unplanned quantities in order. Issue planned quantities thru MB1A against reservations. Now issue unplanned quantities (Execute MB1A enter movement type 261 and press Enter (Do not click on "to order"), Enter the material codes with required qtys).

    Now try to pull report for the Material issues to orders without reservations.

    Hope clears to you.

    Regards

    Venkat. V

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2008 at 01:35 AM

    Dear Sayed,

    1. If u r issuing any goods wrt order it will be with mov. type 261 only.

    2. In process order if u r adding line item while creating, it is going to be planned issue. Because for that item and qty is getting enterd in the requirement column and reservation will get genarated.

    3. If u want to do unplanned issue to order use MB1A, with 261 mov and click on new item, here give u give material and qty and also order no to which u r issuing. This unplanned qty get recorded in ur order in the column qty with drawn.

    4. In the order the difference b/n required qty and qty withdrawn is ur unplanned issue. devalop a customised report or contact ur ABAPer to do enhancement in ur COOISPI report to add one column to get the unplanned issue. It is possible in the std report itself.

    5. unplanned issue, u can also do in MB1A-261->enter--> give order no->enter----> displays all reservations, if u r already issued final issue (FI) tick is enabled, remove FI tick for the material u want to issue put qty and select the check box in the begining of the line item which one u want issue then post it.

    I hope u r clear

    sree

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      Dear sree gowda and Venkat. V,

      First i would like to thank both of you guys for ur cooperation in this issue. I have successfully remove the movement type on saturday evening but the issue id tht i have to use one at a time. my client is very ridge regarding this line by line and item wise issuace from MB1A or even through MIGO-- ->Goods Issue -- >Other --


      > enter teh order number. But they want to move minimum of teir fingers(read whteven u can) tht's y i have adopted the procedure as i m using the same movement type i also entering it on process order so it becomes the part of tht process order so they can check it on process order. i m also using the same movement type but using reason for issuance to differentiate between normal issue and additional issue.

      Thnx alot dear for ur contribution. i have check them as well but my client has reservations regarding them.

      Regards,

      Syed Noor ul Haque

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