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Inter Unit Transfer

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We need to MAP Interunit transfer.STO is not appropiate as billing and invoice need to consider.

what is the best SAP practice regarding it.As because the plant is in same company code?

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Tanmoy_mm

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2011 at 07:43 AM

    hi,

    Solution:

    1. Mat.(1434) should be maintained in both the plants. (1000&1100).

    2. Should have enough stock in supplying plant(1000).

    3. Make its supplying plant as a vendor in vendor master record in receiving plant(1100).

    4. Make it receiving plant as a customer in customization.

    Create customer (xd01) & and define the shipping data for plants in both the plants.

    Path: spro u2013 img u2013 m.mgmt u2013 purchasing u2013 po u2013 set up STO u2013 define shipping data (1 by1 )

    In Receiving plant (1100) In Supplying plant (1000)

    Customer num. 123345 (for ex.) Customer num. -


    (don't fill)

    Sales org.yyy

    Dist. Channel

    Sales div. y

    5. Assign doc. Type is "NL" for intra company STO. If STO is inter company, Assign doc. Type is "NLCC".

    Position doc type is "UB"

    Enter supplying plant(1000) & doc type (NL) & checking rule (ex:01)

    6. Assign doc. Type is "UB" to u'r plants.(PO)

    Go for new entries

    Enter supplying plant(1000) & Receiving plant (1100) & doc type (UB).

    7. Create a PO, choose the doc type is `UB' & item cat.'U', Enter supplying plant as a vendor in PO of the receiving plant(1100).

    8. Provide this num (PO) to SD people, they will do the delivery by using transactional code is VL10B.

    9. Sales people they will provide "out bound delivery num".

    10. Do the GR. In GR the second tab 05 out bound delivery instead of PO mov.type 101.

    11. See the stock over view in the receiving & supplying plants.

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  • Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 06:25 AM

    Hi,

    We are also having two plants under one company code, and STO is the best option for that.

    We can easily transfer any materials plant to plant, and as far as excise duty concern, we can keep good track by STO.

    Thanks,

    Nilesh

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    Posted on Nov 15, 2011 at 06:26 AM

    Hi,

    As per Std.SAP solution, when you do a material transfer from one plant to another within a company code it is referred to as intra-company stock transfer.

    Since the stock transfer is happening within a company code there is no need for billing.

    Following process is used to perform intra company STO using MM-SD route

    1. Creation of STO document in receiving Plant

    2. Replenishment delivery against the STO document in Supplying plant

    3. Goods Issue with 641 mov.type.

    4. Proforma Billing (without accounting document)

    5. Goods Receipt in receiving plant against delivery document

    Thanks & Regards,

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2011 at 05:14 AM

    Hi,

    Not sure about actual requirement but you can try ...............................

    Stock Transfer can be done without a Stock Transport Order From Plant to Plant ,where stock moves with single step (301 movement type ) & two steps (303 & 305 movement type ).

    Stock Transfer Procedure with a Stock Transport Order where you have Stock Transport Order Without Delivery, Stock Transport Order with Delivery & Stock Transport Order with Delivery and Billing Document.

    Regards,

    Biju K

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    • Former Member

      Dear sir,

      Thanks for your valuable answer.But as per Client requirement we have to follow MM cycle and SD cycle.That why to link between the process PO should be linked with SD.Any enhancement or FM to achieve it.Another requirement is to make GR with respect to delivery from SD cycle.Standard STO will not do as per requirement.Plant is under same company code.

      Please help?????

      Regards

      Tanmoy_mm.

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2011 at 06:35 AM

    Hi Tanmoy_mm,

    STO within same Company and different to different pants in knows as Intra Company Code Transfer.

    In standard SAP system it is not possible to do billing as far as STO`s are concern, though you can do proforma billing. Otherwise you will have to make plants as different Profit Centers.

    Hope you find this useful.

    Reetesh

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    Posted on Nov 19, 2011 at 07:40 AM

    Assign in STO setting for document NB assign NLCC for inter company

    Create PO with document typr NB

    Create out bound delivery VL10b wrt the PO

    Create billing document with VF01.

    Assign in STO setting for document NB assign NL for intra company

    Create PO with document typr UB

    Create out bound delivery VL10b wrt the PO

    Create billing document with VF01

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    • Former Member

      Dear Sir,

      STO will not work as per requirement.All the plant is under same company code.For cross company code it can be achieved.

      Any Solution or emhancement or FM or BAPI to achieve it.

      Regards

      Tanmoy_mm

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