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GR IR for rejection

Dear All,

Pl guide for the Query :

Pur Order Qty 100 , GRn made for the same Qty , Stock lying in Quality .

At the time of GRN Excise Posted & Taxes (CSt & VAT ) at the time MIRO .

Out of this 100 Qty in Quality 80 unrestricted & 20 return delivery to vendor .

Query :

1) Now only 80 Qty of unrestricted will come to MIRO (Billing) if i clear this 80 QTy will GR IR will be cleared (Matched ?)

2) Or i have to select different option (Layout ) in MIRO ?

3) The Lay out invoice reduction is these purpose only ?

Regards

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2009 at 05:12 AM

    Hi

    First u did the GRN for 100 pcs.

    Then Do the invoice for 100 pcs.

    Then return the 20 pcs by doing GR

    Then raise a credit memo for the 20 pcs.

    Regards,

    Raman

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2009 at 05:20 AM

    You have to follow the Vendor Return Scenario for 20 Qty.

    PO Qty: 100 EA

    GRN Made : 100 EA along with the GRN, Excise Duties are posted.

    In QA : 80 Qty are accepted and moved to Unrestricted Stock whereas 20 Qty are returned to the Vendor Via 122 Movement.

    Use J1IS Transaction to Clear of the excess Duty (duty for 20 qty). and post the Document using J1IH.

    Make the MIRO Entry for 80 Qty.

    (Pls note: When you do the 122 Movement, then the proportinate amount will get reduced from your GR/IR. there by your GR/IR will show only the amount of 80 Qty against that Vendor PO. )

    Regards,

    S Anand

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2009 at 06:27 AM

    thanks for the help Sir

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