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Reversal of material document

*Dear All,*

*I have done " 262 " in CO11N screen.. I had done against order nr. 88500001703. Now only one material is posted against this order and other three materials are posted against Cost Center account assignment..*

*How can reverse that document now?? During MBST it shows error, also during MIGO matrial document reversal it shows error.*

*i have done CO13.. but still it is not reverse. How can reverse this document??*

*Thanks & regards,*

*Hardik*

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  • Posted on May 04, 2011 at 09:32 AM

    If you dont mind, just post the errors you get, this usually helps a lot to solve problems

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 09:51 AM

    Dear sir,

    Following message was come

    " Combination of movement type 262 and function selected not possible "

    Still somehow i was post the document. Now i can not reverse that document.

    At the time of reversal following message is coming:

    " Material document cannot be processed "

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    • can you again explain what you have already done and what you do when the message appears.

      Currently I understand that you have done CO11N with 262 movement (which is cancellation of a goods issue to production order).

      And now you are trying to reverse with MBST the material document that was created with the cancellation .

      Is my understanding right? I mean that you are trying to reverse a reversed movement, in other words you try to issue the material again with 261 movement.

      It is not possible to cancel an cancelled document with MBST.

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