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STO Process: NCCR / 107 Posting in Transit

Dear all,

We are using cross-company STO N1 scenario (business function LOG_MM_SIT) where transfer of property occurs at Goods Issue: SAP simultaneously chains transaction types 683 (Goods issue) from sending plant + 107 (Goods receipt) posted in receiving plant books. At that time, goods are considered as logisctics stock in transit in Receiving plant in MB5SiT transaction. Then later on when goods are physically received, VL32N on Inbound delivery for transaction type 109 (no posting). At that time, goods are considered as being received in receiving plant and not in-transit anymore. It seems to be standard behavior, but in our Brazilian sub, it is mandatory to book the goods receipt only when goods are physically received (meaning at 109 time but not at 107 time). What I do not get is the fact that between initial Goods issue and physical receipt, goods are considered as being in transit in receiving plant from a Logistics point of view, but not from an accounting point of view as 107 books a regular goods receipt posting simultaneously with Goods issue. I would have expected a consistency between both SiT, logistics and accounting. Ideal situation being an In-transit posting by 107, reversed by regular goods receipt posting by 109.
Does the system behaves the same with your solution or did we miss something ?
Thanks a lot for your help,

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