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Documents needed while doing STO from plant to plant of one company code.

Dear SAP Gurus,

Documents needed in STO:

1.Scenario: From one plant to another plant of one company code

2.Scenario: From one plant of one company code and another plant of other company code.

Can any tell me that what are the documents needed in transit.

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    Apr 01, 2010 at 11:57 AM

    Do the following steps for STO Customizing:-

    1. Create a customer master record for the issuing plant.

    2. Create a vendor master record for the issuing plant, and enter customer account number in the Customer field on the Control screen.

    3. Repeat steps 1 and 2 for the receiving plant.

    4. Assign the plants to the customer master record in Customizing for Materials Management (MM), by choosing Purchasing <Purchase Order < Set Up Stock Transport Order< Plants.

    The Process Flow would be as follows :-

    Create a stock transport order, following the standard procedure, and send the order to the issuing plant.

    Issuing plant has processes your order, and when it is ready to ship,the storeperson at the issuing plant issues the goods using a transfer posting. The excise clerk there creates an excise invoice.The excise supervisor verifies and posts the excise invoice.It then sends the goods to you, together with the excise invoice.

    Once the goods arrive, you follow the standard procedure for incoming excise invoices:

    The excise clerk captures the excise invoice, using the stock transport order as the reference document. The storeperson enters the goods receipt, again using the stock transport order as the reference document.Alternatively, you can first enter the goods receipt and then capture the excise invoice.

    The excise supervisor then posts the excise invoice.

    Best Regards,

    Ankur

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