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Grouping of Plant for PRD

Hi ,

Can any body suggest some thing on below business scenario.

As per standard SAP.

E.g We have Placed one P.O to Vendor V1, and received the Goods and DoneIR , If latter we do Subsequent Debit / Credit, system will post the

accounting entries based on available stock.

If stock is there, It will take Cr/Dr to stock and DR/Cr to Vendor for

Subsequent Credit / Subsequent Debit.

Here, we have received the goods e.g in Plant XX10, Now we have done

Intra company stock transfer to let us say Plant YY10.

Latter we got Subsequent Dr/ Cr from Vendor for Plant XX10 against the P.O.

As the stock is not there in Plant, it is bringing PRD account.

Is there any exist in standard, which will, check the group of Plant (

e.g XX10 and YY10 ) and if stocks is there it shouldn't post to PRD.

It should hit to stock account of available stock in the group of plant.

Yours valuable input will be highly appreciated.

Regards

Sunami

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  • Posted on Sep 30, 2011 at 01:20 PM

    IT depends on how this process is to be done. 3 Ways are possible which are listed out below.

    Scenario - 1:- both the plants in Same company code. so you will not encounter PRD account.

    Scenario - 2 :- Use Valuation Grouping code, group together both plants under 1 valuation grouping code, when you do material transfer between these 2 plants, the Accounting Entries would not take place.

    Scenario - 3:- Use a Z program and User Exit for posting to PRD of a different area.

    Thanks

    Raghavan

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