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Regarding stock opening balance

Dear All,

Am a junior SAP consultant,Is there any possibility of changing the opening balance of the stock with unit price after entering in SAP .

item group valuation method is Moving average.

My scenario.

An item -RMKN00413

ob value qty-4 price - 32.50

another ob value is also entered in that item as Qty-171 price-40

If i make the goods issue it is going out as Qty-171 price-39.322(moving average price)

i want to move that value out with qty-171 and Price-40.

Pls give me suggestions in doing that.

Regards,

shyam.

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    Posted on Jul 15, 2011 at 06:56 AM

    Hi Shyam.....

    You can make necessary changes in Opening stock through Inventory> Inventory Transactions> Initial Quantities/Inventory Opening Balance........

    If you want to change it with its unit price then you have to make the opening stock of that item nil as on opening date and

    then put the correct figure of stock and its correct unit price........

    Please don not open same question more than one time. One time is enough......

    So close any one of the thread.....

    Regards,

    Rahul

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