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Total usage qty shown in MC.1 include stock transfers also-How to avoid?

Dear sir,

we use 351 movement type to transfer the stocks from one plant to another. Receiving plant, after receiving material, posts GR with 101 mvt type. Whenever material is required at receiving plant, he issue material against reservation (mvt type is 201 or 261).

In the above scenario, my requirement is consumption quantity should not get updated when material is issued with mvt type 351 because it is transfer of material, not posted for consumption.

But Total Usage quantity shown in MC.1, MC45 and other LIS reports include material issued with 351 mvt type also. After seeing the discussions in the forum, I have verified consumption posting idicator(KZVBU) in table "T156" for 351 mvt type. It is "R".

If I change KZVBU as blank through config, will it solve my problem?

What about previous transactions posted with mvt type 351?

If I change KZVBU now, will system treat them also as "Not posted for consumption"?

Thanks in advance

Sastry

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  • Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 09:30 AM

    whenever you change anything in customizing or master data, then it never will change existing transactional data. it only affects new transaction data that will be created after the change.

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    • Former Member

      Dear sir,

      Then, is there any way to load relevant information structure with correct data?

      My concern is to how to handle existing data in INfo structure.

      If there is any relevant documentation, kindly let me know

      Regards,

      Sastry

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 10:35 AM

    Hi

    IN OmJJ change Consumption Postnig as blank for MVT 351 . Ti wll takes effect fron next trasaction

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2010 at 12:11 PM

    I need some more information

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