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Need to return goods which is initially uploaded..

Dear All,

In my system stock of material (suppose material is "x") is there say qty -600 which is initially uploaded(561 movement)

And now i want to return 200 out of it to my vendor...How i can return this to him if i want to return invoice (J1IS) against it.

Please let me know the process or any other alternative to solve the same.

Thanks,

Naren

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2010 at 09:59 AM

    Do 1. Return p.o against vendor 2. Goods receipt -MIGO(movement type - 161) 3. Do J1IS - ref doc type - MATD

    4. Raise credit memo.

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2010 at 10:02 AM

    Process a return PO...do a migo where the default movement type will be 161...then wrt the material document do a J1IS and for printout J1IV ...then do the credit memo

    Regards,

    Indranil

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2010 at 03:43 PM

    Since intial stock(561) is already uploaded(600 nos),you can do vendor returns from it.(for 200 nos).

    Adding to previous reply,you can also configure reason for movement for 161 mvmt in OMJJ.

    Also search forum with subject,you query is already answered.

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  • Posted on Dec 17, 2010 at 12:48 AM

    Is your material excisable? then Create Return PO - MIGO (161 Mvt type) - J1IS Excise invoice for other movements - Post the same thru J1IV - - Credit Memo

    Note : If automatic posting is already activated against your wxcise group then J1IV is not required. Only you do J1IS.

    If your material is non excisable then Create Return PO - MIGO (161 Mvt type) - Credit Memo

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