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GR into Bloacked Stock

Dear All,

we want to do the GR every time into blocked stock with 103 mvmt type. after that another user will post to Unrestricted use stock with 105. Now how can i see the list of doc which still were in GR Blocked stock. MB51 is not suitable one for this.

And after that out of 100 pcs we found 90 pcs were OK & i did 105 mvmt type for only 90 Pcs. What procedure we need to follow for remaining 10 pcs ? in case of returning to vendor

regds,

CB

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2009 at 11:54 AM

    To return stock received in GR blocked stock use Movement type 124 in MIGO

    There is no standard report available other than MB51. You need to develop one using MARD, MKPF and MSEG tables.

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2009 at 11:55 AM

    To return stock received in GR blocked stock use Movement type 124 in MIGO

    There is no standard report available other than MB51. You need to develop one using MARD, MKPF and MSEG tables.

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2009 at 10:50 AM

    Dear

    If you want to check the reaming Block stock PO mean 103 has been done but not done 105 so use ME2N standard report and select (selection parameters WE105 and run the report with Plant wise or Pur. Org wise all pending document will be appear.

    Also below link will help you.

    diffrence-between-gr-blocked-stock-and-blocked-sto

    Regards

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