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G/L Account hits for Production Planning (Process Industry)

Dear Experts,

Please I want to know the G/L Acounts that will be hit/updated during a Process order execution cycle enumerated as follows;

RawMaterials: R09 & R19, SemiFinished: S24, Finished: F29

Each of the three material types above has a different valuation class.

Using Process Order 100000, materials R09 & R19 are processed to produce S24

Using Process Order 100001, material S24 is then processed to produce F29

Confirmation of process order is then carried out using tcode cor6. ( default activities 'Machine & Labour' proposed by the system were also confirmed along with 'Yield' ) And batch number generated for the output products.

The Process Orders are then set to Technically Cpomplete and Order Settlement carried out using tcode co88.

What are the G/L accounts that will be hit in this transaction for

1. Goods issue(261)?

2. Goods receipt(101)?

3. Activities (Laour & Machine)

4. Order Settlement?

Thanks in advance as marks will be awarded accordingly.

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    Posted on Mar 29, 2011 at 04:28 AM

    for raw material

    check in OBYC

    check transaction GBB & VBR- you can find the credit and debit account based on valuation class

    for GR

    iN OBYC

    check transaction BSX and AUF- you can find the credit and debit account based on valuation class

    for activity

    check in Kp26 by giving cost center and activity

    you can find the secondary cost element

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    • Former Member Sundaresan Velayudam

      Thanks for your prompt response.

      When a Goods Receipt is done for a process order, Material Stock account is debited and expense account credited. The Posting Transactions for these are BSX (inventory Posting) and GBB (offsetting entry for inventory posting).

      If I am correct, please I want to know the Posting Transaction when Order Settlement is done.?

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