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Dear Guru's,

I am trying to create goods receipt for the STO process, I am facing the following errors

1."Please enter Excise Invoice number and Excise Invoice Date" - for this one what should i give...because if i am giving soem thing..system is showing green colour message...excise invoice doesnot exist in supplying plant.

2."Maintain Vendor for the excise invoice"--???

3."BED, AED and SED for the excise item is zero"-- excise values are not picking.

4."Excise Invoice cannot be captured for RG1(Finished Goods) material"--Not able to understand this one.

Please give me suggestions to solve these problems


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  • Posted on Jan 19, 2009 at 07:52 AM


    Pls. tell me it is involving Excise?

    What type of transfer? with Excise or without excise?



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    • hi


      Follow STO Process for this;

      1.Create a vendor for the company code of receiving plant, using account group :0007 using T-Code XK01.

      2. Assign this vendor to Delivering plant

      Go to XK02 >Purchasing view>Extras>Add. Purchasing data>Plant

      3. Create internal customer with the sales area of the vendor. Go To XD01

      4. In Pricing procedure determination relevant to STO, assign document Pricing Procedure and customer pricing procedure appropriate for STO to get the pricing in the invoice.

      5. Maintain condition records for the relevant pricing condition.

      6. Some more setting for STO: Go to MM> Purchasing > Purchase Order > Set up STO > define shipping data for plants > Go to Receiving plant >assign customer here & Supplying SA (for billing) to Receiving plant here

      7. Go to MM > Purchasing > Purchase Order > Set up STO > define shipping data for plants > Go to Supplying plant and assign the sales area of receiving plant.

      8. Go to MM > Purchasing > Purchase Order > Set up STO > assign delivery Type & Checking rule

      Assign the delivery type to document type. In this case, Delivery type NLCC is assigned to Document type NB

      9. Go to MM> Purchasing > Purchase Order > Set up STO > Assign document Type, One step Procedure, Under delivery tolerance

      Assign the document type NB to supplying plant and receiving plant

      10. After all settings , Create the STO using T-Code:ME21N and maintain pricing conditions of freight and Save.

      11. Create Delivery :VL10G

      Click on the Background Button after selecting line item

      A message is flashed : See log for information> next Click on Log for delivery creation Button >click on line item>click on document button to get Delivery document No

      12. Picking, PGI:VL02N

      13. Billing:VF01

      Save the document and its done

      >14. J1IIN - Outgoing Excise Invoice

      >15. MIGO - Goods Receipt against outbound Delivery

      16. J1IEX - Capture & Post Excise Invoice

      Pricing configuration for STO: -

      In SPRO > MM > Purchasing > Conditions > Define Price Determination Process > Define Schema Determination > Determine Schema for Stock Transport Orders > Here assign Calculation Schema "RM2000" i.e. Stock Transfer Document to Schema Grp Pur. Org, STO Type (For e.g. UB) and Supplying Plant.

      Calculation Schema "RM2000" has condition type P101 which will pick up the MAP of supplying plant automatically during creation of STO in ME21N ("Conditions" Tab).

      You can create new freight / delivery cost conditions in M/06 and assign in pricing procedure "RM2000" in M/08 and also assign the Accrual Key to this and do the Account Determination for this Accrual Key in OBYC

      At the time of PGI, following accounting entry will get generated;

      Stock A/c - Dr - 110 INR (Receiving Plant)

      Stock A/c - Cr - 100 INR (Supplying Plant)

      Freight Clearing A/c - Cr - 10 INR (Supplying Plant)

      enter the excise invoice detials in step 15 generated in step 14



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