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stock reversal and stock movement cancel

Hello guys,

I am just wondering how to execute the following business process in QM:

Background 1 u2013 Due to some negligence in the warehouse guy, a flaw goods receipt quantity has been posted into the system. Basically, we would like to cancel and to reverse a stock posting for the inspection lot for which a usage decision HAS already been made.

Background 2 u2013 Due to some negligence in the warehouse guy, a flaw goods receipt quantity has been posted into the system. Basically, we would like to cancel and to reverse a stock posting for the inspection lot for which a usage decision HAS NOT been made.

What are the relevant steps of posting is require on MM and QM? I am sure I need to perform a reversal of the material document. But can you show me the sequential order from MM and QM on the above two backgrounds.

Thanks

MM_user

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    Posted on Oct 05, 2009 at 03:35 AM

    Hi

    1. Let's assume that you have taken UD & done stock posting also in this case you can use either

    175842 Inspection lot: Reversal of goods movements from UD

    33924 Reversing Usage Decisions

    To reverse the UD the User exit QEVA0008 may benefit you.

    Then cancel the GR using MIGO

    2.When you have not done UD for the stock then You can do 102 mvt through MIGO

    lot will have status LTCA

    Regards

    Sujit

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