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GR reversal settings

Hi all,

What are the settings in SRM and ECC which determine whether GR reversal can be done even though the invoice is posted?Can some one explain w r t transaction codes/SPRO config path?

Thanks.

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    Posted on Oct 11, 2010 at 03:59 PM

    Hi Rads1234,

    First thing to bear in mind is that:

    Payment done then GR can not be deleted unless you delete the payment.

    If payment is not done and flag "Goods-Receipt-Based invoice Verification" is not ticked then you can delete GR even if invoice is already done.

    Flag is marked at Vendor Master Data level in the backend and transferred to SRM via jobs.

    What implies this flag?

     First of all, independently of the flag a payment is allowed only when GR and Invoice are created.

     When flagu201D Goods-Receipt-Based invoice verificationu201D is enabled, Invoice can not be created unless the corresponding GR has been created previously. Without the flag you can create an invoice ( not a payment) before the GR. As all the vendors does not have this option enabled, invoices can be created before the GRu2019s

     When flagu201D Goods-Receipt-Based invoice verificationu201D is enabled. GR can not be deleted only the option of u201CReturn deliveryu201D is enabled.( Because GR are linked to the invoice)

    Regards,

    Ab.

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