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Post different G/L when different MO type for the same stock material

Dear Experts,

Can I post differant G/L when Goods issue stock material with different MO type?

These are the steps that I want to do.

- Create MO no 1 with order type A and create MO no 2 with order type B.

- Both MOs have the same component(same material, same plant, same batch, same storage location)

- Post goods issued reference those MOs. The system will be credit the same stock account.

- *** I want to debit difference G/L account. ***

What can I do?

- Change G/L account before GI but it cannot change.

- Change G/L account in MO before it create reservation.

- Change movement type for this order type only.

Is there any BADIs or user exit to solved this problem?

Best regard,

Duangsamorn

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    Sep 21, 2010 at 09:17 AM

    This is possible only with the split valuation for the material.

    You need to have different Valuation classes defined at and assign the valuation classes to the material master w.r.t valuation type.

    Ex:

    Material : M1.

    V Type: GL1

    V Type: GL2

    V Class: GL01(this will have diff set of G/Ls for stock and consumption, and settings are done by the FI guys)

    V Class : GL02

    Now in the Create material master Accoutnting1 view give the valuation type GL1 and the v class GL01, perform the same for v type GL2 and assign GL02 in the V class of the material master.

    Having done the above settings, at the MO level, in component tab mention the V type GL1 or GL2 as you require for the material in the Batch field.

    Create a diff MO with diff V type as the batch in the MO.

    Note: When you procure the material it should be w.r.t to the V type and you need to have the stocks maintained for V type GL1 and GL2 separately.

    You have to discuss with the FI and MM guys for more clarifications on this.

    Praveen

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    • Former Member Duangsamorn Prutanopajai

      You can rectify this error with the OKB9 settings, but follow the FI/CO guy's instructions. You may enter a cost center or the IO number in OKB9, then your problem can be sorted out, but you have to cross verify with the FI/CO guy.

      If you find a solution without OKB9 settings with the OSS notes, please do share the same for future reference in the forum.

      Praveen