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Vendor return>>161>>Depot>>reverse the duties

Dear Colleagues,

I am doing Vendor returns for depot,Return PO>>MIGO (161)>>Credit memo to vendor,so far I haveremoved the stock from the system,but my concern is how to reverse the J1IG RG23D entries for the returned qtyies:

If it is a vendor return,Is it advisable to cancel in J1IG directly?

If the Excise invoice is already used in Sales,Can we go for opt.J1IJ?

Anyhow,I need to issue the output to the vendor which makes him enable to avail the credit.In J1IJ,Can I create outgoing EI at depot material document (161)?

fyi..I already tried J1IP with internal print the o/p.Your early feedback would be highly appreciated and rewarded.

Many thanks!



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    Posted on Sep 17, 2009 at 10:18 AM


    I think there is option for the the reversal of material document in the Excise Transactions.

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 04:19 AM

    dear sir.

    For your material document you have to refer the excise invoice in J1IJ.

    go to J1IJ , in menu bar click material document select RG23D selection, give your 122 material document number, year, excise group, series group, and select the original excise invoie, and post .

    with this your excise invoice will be created and referred also.



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      Thanks for your reply!

      Yes,I am doing the same,but how about the output?..I need to issue output of this outgoing EI,which would make our supplier enable to avail the credit,w/o output,he won't be able to avail the credit.


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    Posted on Sep 23, 2009 at 10:42 AM


    1. Create STO which must be created in receiving plant (Manuf.plant) by ME21N

    2. Create outbound delivey order) and PGI w.r.t. STO in Depot.(VL10B)

    3. Post depot excise invoice using J1IJ.

    4. Post the Goods Receipt in receiving plant.

    5. Post excise invoice number using J1IEX.

    6. Verify Invoice using MIRO.

    Returns from Customer to Depot

    1) Create a Depot return sales order in VA01 with reference to original billing document

    2) Create Delivery

    3) Create Transfer Posting using MB1B with Movement type 453 and dont forget to make a note of the material document number

    4) Go to J1IG, click "Capture". There enter material document number and the respective series group. Then click "details". Now select the line and click "More documents". Maintain the excise invoice number created at supplying plant.

    Returns from Depot to supplying plant

    1) Go to J1IG and click on red icon from the toolbar. Enter material document number created during MIGO, year,series group of Depot and hit Enter button. Now click on "Item" so that you will be taken to next screen where you can see line item for RG23D cancellation. Save so that system prompts you asking whether you want to cancel the entry. Click YES.

    2) Verify this by going to tables J_1IEXCHDR & J_1RG23D. Check GRPO entry in both the tables where the status must have changed to "D"

    3) The original excise invoice can be canceled via J1IH and check whether DLFC entry has the status "R" and at this time entry CEIV is also created confirming excise invoice and CENVAT reversal.



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