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movement type 121

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Any body can explain the about 121 movement importance... expalin with example.....scemerio

regrads

sesidhar

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    Jul 11, 2009 at 06:21 AM

    Dear,

    After the subcontractor (as vendor) had delivered the ordered material (end product), you posted the goods receipt to the subcontract order. The system determined the necessary components for each purchase order item and created for each component a goods issue item with the quantity that was determined in the purchase order.

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    If the vendor informs you after these postings that a greater or smaller quantity of the subcontracting components was actually consumed than planned in the purchase order, you must post a subsequent adjustment to correct the component consumption.

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    If the component is a by-product, you must post the corrected by-product receipt (excess receipt) or by-product issue (short receipt).

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    "In Simple Words, suppose you have sent xx material 100 kgs to subcontractor for processing of 100 yy component. The subcontractor has produced 95 yy by using 100 kgs of xx. That means he has used 5 kgs excess material. But it was not of his fault. It was done on account of die / mould or some other reason.

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    So you have to post a subsequent adjustment for 5 kgs of xx material and reconcile using J1IFQ for making subcontracting challan complete. Similar case can be understand when subcontractor processes 105 yy using 100 kgs of xx. That means 5 kgs of xx short consumed. These types of adjustment can be known using t-code mb51 and movement type 121."

    In the transaction for goods movements MIGO, select the business operation Subsequent Adjustment from the list box. The system automatically chooses Purchase Order as the reference document. Enter the document number of the purchase order and the item number for which you want to post a subsequent adjustment.

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    So in the case of system, we have to choose the movement type 121 as and as automatically the system chooses the HIDDEN movt type 543 or 544 based on our requirement and itu2019s clear that both the movts 543 & 544 are Hidden movements and we cannot execute those movts.

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    For the selected item, enter the difference quantity specified by the vendor and determine with the Under consumption/Short Receipt indicator, whether a receipt or an issue is concerned. If you set the indicator, it is an under consumption or short receipt. If you do not set the indicator, it is an excess consumption or excess receipt.

    Post the subsequent adjustment.

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    The specified quantities of the originally posted goods receipt are corrected by the system to the subsequently adjusted quantities.

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    Regards,

    Syed Husain.

    Edited by: Syed Hussain on Jul 11, 2009 9:21 AM

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    Former Member
    Jul 11, 2009 at 06:01 AM

    121Movement type is used for Subsequent adjustment for subcontracting

    This movement type cannot be entered manually.

    With a subsequent adjustment for a subcontract order it is possible to correct the consumption of components. In this case, the material produced by the supplier is credited with the excess consumption / under-consumption. For this reason, if there is a subsequent adjustment, an item is generated for the produced material using movement movement type 121.

    Movement type 121 does not have a reversal movement type.

    Possible special stock indicators:

    O, E, Q

    Regards,

    Chiranjib

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