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MKPF_T CODE issue

Hi Friends,

In MKPF table, we have a field TCODE... when I do a transaction using MIGO this field is getting populated as MIGO_GR, basicaly this is being used to extract the material movement data from MM Inventory Management (MM-IM) consistently to a BW system.

IN BW reports it will accept only when the field is having value as MIGO, please let me know why this is getting populated as MIGO_GR.

Is there any other ways to do GR other than MIGO?

Regards,

Guru

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  • Posted on May 11, 2011 at 07:31 AM

    yes,

    Have you tried with MB1B,MB1A and MB1C transactions.

    Regards

    Vishnu

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  • Posted on May 11, 2011 at 07:40 AM

    Data type of MKPF-TCODE is CHAR4, so you cannot store/find "MIGO_GR "in that field. I guess you are speaking about MKPF-TCODE2.

    Since it is the standard behaviour of the system that it populates the field with "MIGO_GR", you should accept this and modify your BI report - in my opinion.

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  • Posted on May 11, 2011 at 09:36 AM

    Hi

    In general the following tcodes are available for goods movement

    MIGO Goods Movement -- (Most commonly used for GR)

    MIGO_GI Goods Movement

    MIGO_GO Goods Movement

    MIGO_GR Goods Movement

    MIGO_GS Subseq. Adjust. of Material Provided

    MIGO_TR Transfer Posting

    as mentioned by Csaba Szommer, this is updated in TCODE2 field, this is a standard behaviour by system.

    But certain users are still contunuing to use old t-codes like

    MB01 Post Goods Receipt for PO

    MB0A Post Goods Receipt for PO

    MB11 Goods Movement

    MB31 Goods Receipt for Production Order

    So, i suggest, better check things in your system completely and then you can decide

    Thanks !

    E.Avudaiappan

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