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Intra-Company & Inter-Company Stock Transfer Order

Hi,

what is the difference between Intra-Company & Inter-Company Stock Transfer Order...with configuration guide...

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mohan

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2009 at 06:38 AM

    Hi Mohan,

    Intra company stock transfer means , stock transfer between two company code.

    Inter company stock transfer means , stock is moving in between two plants of same company code.

    Hope this satisfy your requirment, please feel free to reply.

    Thanks .

    Dev

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    Posted on Jul 13, 2009 at 06:51 AM

    Hi ,

    Inter company transfer is , if your sales organization belongs to one company code and plant belongs to another company code,then that senario is called as inter company sales.

    [[http://help.sap.com/saphelp_470/helpdata/en/dd/5614e7545a11d1a7020000e829fd11/content.htm]]

    if transaction is done within company codes of different systems, then such senario is called as intra company transfer.

    [http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/en/d1/ddde84bedf11d4b579006094b9b9dd/content.htm]

    Please let me know if you still need any more help.

    Thanks and regards,

    Rajeshwar

    Edited by: rajeshwar on Jul 13, 2009 8:51 AM

    Edited by: rajeshwar on Jul 13, 2009 8:54 AM

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      Hai Mohan,

      STO is done mainly in two ways

      Intra company stock transfer means , stock is moving in between two plants of same company code.

      Inter company stock transfer means , stock transfer between two company code.

      Configuration steps for Inter company STO:

      1)you need to have two plants assigned to two different company codes respectively,

      2)one is supplying plant another is recieving plant , material should be extended to both the plants (ie. maintain views for both the plants for the material in MM01 t. code )

      3)make sure the ordering plant and supplying plants are assigned to sales org and distri channel combination....in enter prise structure assignments)

      4) go to SPRO-->Material management > Purchasing >Purchase order-->set up Stock Tranfer order,

      defone shipping data for plants

      creating checking rule

      define checking rule

      assign delivery type and checking rule (with purchase order type NB , delivery type NLCC , checking rule B, (default order type in delivery type NLCC is DL )

      assign document type, step procedure

      5) create a dummy vendor for ordering company by t. code xk01 and add delivering plant in the add prchasing data tab in xk02 , this vendor is the representation of supplying plant

      6)in the sales order type DL , by t. code vov8 , ensure billing type IV inter company billing, and in the billing doc IV ensure pricing procedure is 'I ' and maintain inter company pricing procedure assigned properly, so that to bill the ordering plant /company by delivering company

      7) create STO by T.code ME21N (create purchase order) with purchase order type NB

      8) create delivery, by t. code VL10 B (purchase orders fast display) (select the line item, and click on back ground, then click on the item and log button, then click on the item and documents , then the delivery will be showned in display mode, convert it to change mode and do picking and PGI

      9) then do MIGO ( with that STO no.)

      Regarding Intra company STO,

      the configuration is same as that of Inter company STO , except , the purchase order type is UB and delivery type is NLC

      and steps are the same ME21N , VL10B and MIGO

      Hope this helps you,

      Regards,

      GLN

  • Posted on Jul 13, 2009 at 02:56 PM

    Please search the forum before posting such repeated questions. This question has been answered many times and you will get lot of inputs had you searched the forum.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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