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Missing pieces during stock transfer

Hello folks!

I have a typical problem. i guess if u have worked for domestic deployment project, u wouldnt laugh!!.

Well, i make a 2-step plant to plant stock transfer, say with 100 pieces. when i complete the stock transfer at the receiving plant, i find 2 pieces missing, how would system accommodate this loss?? it would constantly display the material as in transit.

(the great Indian Scenario : There are thefts happening in the broad day light in the name of OCTROI. There WILL be a problem in the documents u r carrying with the goods at any given time unless u r ready to part with one or two pieces of what u r carrying. now there are 2 pieces with barcocdes are missing. how to destroy these barcodes legally. so that audit person has no problem with it/ or we have sufficient documents duly signed by the senior most employee in the client company to show why these barcodes have been destroyed)

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 10:56 AM

    Hi

    Even though Identified that 2 pieces are missing, u can do GR for 100 and then once it comes in stock of receiving plant, then u can scrap it thru scrapping movement type at the receiving plant cost center.

    Regards

    Sandy

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 10:56 AM

    Hi,

    SAP suggest the following:

    1) either receive the missing parts and scrap them in the receiving plant or

    2) receive in the receiving plant and make a return STO to the supplying plant and scrap there.

    MdZ

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