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Sp procure Key

what is the diff between SPK 70 and 80.

When should I use 70 and in which case I have to use 80.

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2009 at 08:39 PM

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2009 at 06:37 AM

    Hi

    In My opinion , main difference between sp Proc key 70 and 80 is the transfer of req during Inventory Control and costing at plant level.

    we use sp Proc key 70 (Reservation from Alt plant) to generate the dep req for a material in alternative plant directly to withdraw the material during Goods movement. No STR required to transfer the material from one plant to another Plant. We use this Proc key to procure the components from another Plant which is geographically in the same Location and No Stock transfer orders required. During costing run system will consider the Price defined in the material master for the alternative plant

    We can use Sp Proc Key 80 (Production in alternative Plant) in the situation where the component is being produced in a different Plant which is situated in another location and STO is required to Transfer the inventory. Dep req will be created in the same plant and price also taken from the same plant during Costing run

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    Brahmaji

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