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Scrap docs reversed through movement type 712

Dear all,

i did an inventory scrap in MM using 551 movement type.

after that i cleared the minus quant in li21 report

but it has been added back to the inventory and a material doc has been created with movement type 712

can anyone explain what was exactly happened here and how to reverse those docs

thanks a lot

Sasika

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 02:09 PM

    Hi

    Instead of clearing the negative quant in LI21, it seems you have added the stocks and hence while clearing the differences

    the system created the mat. document with 712 m. type as per your settings.

    regards,

    ramana

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 08:38 PM

    Hi

    Once you scrap the material in IM using 551 movement type, it should trigger a TR (provided the config is done for the movement type) The scrapped quantity gets posted to the storage type 999 in the standard system. On the WM side, you should create a TO and confirm it to remove the stock out of WM. Did you follow the right process?

    Thanks

    Anandha

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