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Settings for Subcontract scenario with account assignment

Dear gurus,

The scenario is: Material is sent outside for subcontract work without issue of components and after finishing the work material is received back. Here, Subcontract PO has to be created with account assignment "order" with PR generation. please suggest customisation for PO creation scenario and its GR with Account posting to the finished product.

Thanks,

Prashanth

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 01:14 AM

    Dear Pramod,

    The account assignment "Order" has to come in the PR which will be converted to PO. what are the settings for it.

    Regards,

    Prashanth

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      Dear friend ,

      In Info record which material group assign same material group you assign in the routing operation itself,

      and in the cost element you give the GL account, PR it will create F order automatically it will twork

      Regards

      Pramod

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 12:43 PM

    Dear Friend,

    First You create the subcontracting info record as vendor and without material master and give the description as what is operation name for example Cutting operation , and save that info record assign that info record in the Routing operation sequences

    in the routing operation subcontracting option is there click that one

    when u used that routing in production order system automatically create purchase requisition

    using that requisition u create the purchase order

    Regards

    Pramod

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