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Monitor Goods Receipts

Hello,

I would like to monitor the goods receipts between one main plant and 4 four secondary plants.

All these plants are under the same company code. STOs are created to send goods from the main plants to the secondary plants.

I would like to know how many goods are to be received in each plant and when.

I am currently using MB5T to know how many goods are in transit. Then I use MB51 (plant: main plant, movement type 641 and 642) to know when goods were issued from the main plant. The problem with that method is that in MB51, I can't know how many goods were received out of the goods issued.

Is there a way to know in SAP with a standard transaction:

- Quantity of goods in transit

- Date of delivery from the supplying plant

- Date of the goods receipt in the receiving plant

Thank you very much

John

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 05:56 AM

    Dear John,

    The stock in transit is shown in the material master record in the plant stock view for the receiving plant.

    Stock in transit is also displayed in the stock overview and Warehouse Stocks of the material report. In the warehouse stock of material report, stock in transit are stock in transfer are summarized at the plant level in a stock line w/o a storage location.

    Hope this is what you were looking for!

    Thank you!

    Reetesh

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 06:36 AM

    Refer Tcode ME80FN click on Change Veiw & select Purchase Order History with this you can get STO/PO-GRN-INVOICE Qty & Value details

    Last button on Application tool Bar it is in line of filter, total etc icons

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