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GR Blocked stock issue..

Hi,

We have below scenarios:

1. Receive Goods - Purchase Order Movement Type 101 - Under Qty (MIGO)

2. Receive Goods - Purchase Order Movement Type 103 (MIGO)- Partial Quantity

3. Receive Goods - Purchase Order Movement Type 101 - Over Qty (MIGO)

I created a PO of qty -504000 EA having 2 items of qty - 252000 each.

I did MIGO 101 under qty of - 453.600 (each item qty - 226.800).

Then posted 103 (GR blocked stock) of partial qty - 403546.4 (each item qty - 201773.200)

Now when we try to receive (101) over qty out of left 100000 (each item qty - 50000) , I tried of receiving over qty (10% more).

B'cas I had given 10% as Overdeliv.tol. As per this it should allow 55000/item to receive.

But it is allowing the qty of 75200 / item and more than this (75201) throws an error message stating "PU Ordered quantity exceeded by 25,201 EA : 32953387540 1016 0001".

Please let me know why it allows 75200 / item instead of 55000 and why it show this message like exceeded 25201.

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    Posted on May 05, 2011 at 12:06 AM

    10% over delivery tolerance is calculated on total quantity of PO line item and not the partial GR quantity. In your case PO line item quantity is 252000 and so 10% of it is 25200...thats why system is giving error when the qty is 75201 and allowing upto 75200 ( 50000 + 25200)

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