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QA11 Inspection Lot Stock - debit scrap to cost center

Hello All,

When posting material to scrap from the Inspection Lot Stock tab in QA11, the production order is being debited for the scrap. We need to change this to debit against a cost center and not affect the production order.

After investigating, I found the that the cost center for scrap was blank in our Plant-Specific Quality Management settings under SPRO. I updated this to include the cost center that should be charged for the scrap, but the costs are still hitting the production order and not the cost center specified.

Are there other settings in FI/CO or Movement Types that need to be changed in order to make this work? Any ideas would be appreciated.

Thanks!

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2011 at 04:55 AM

    As I remember, a production order must be included in material document evenif you post scrap for cost center in SAP standard movement 553.

    But a cost center is debited for scrap in financial document.

    Some company use this information for cost allocation by CO module.

    Regards

    Luke

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    Posted on Jul 01, 2011 at 02:56 AM

    Once you have mentioned the destroyed cost center in the plant level setting or perticular plant then cost has to be get dibited from this cost center with 553 mvt.

    Now Have you tried this with creating new production order?If you are still using same order then it will debit from prodcution only.

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