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problem on reverse good recipt movement 102

Hi Gurus

My user generally has this business process when he posts the invoice on contract (on 12 monthes):

1) initially posts an invoice receipt for 3 monthes

2) subsequently posts 3 good receipt for 1 month

In one occasion he has failed and has posted 1 invoice for 1 month and 1 good receipt for all the amount.

When he tries to reverse the invoice and the good receipt . The good receipt(mov 102 )

has a value that is the half of corresponding good receipt.

I don't understand how the system is working, i expected that the reverse document

had an amount equal to corresponding good receipt, why is the half?

I thik that the systems is doing a sort of arithmetic mean.

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 02:53 PM

    Hi

    system reverse document with price control assign to your material.

    If it is S , sytem reverse document with standard price.

    if it is V, system reverse document with current moving price.

    Vipin

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 03:35 PM

    hi,

    u r trying to cancel the grn material document .. rt..? or trying to post 102. manually? have u succeessfully cancelled the invoice?

    pls check and tell..

    sBk

    Edited by: Sujithbk on Dec 14, 2011 4:38 PM

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    • Former Member

      HI sBk

      I have canceled successfully the invoice...the problem is on good receipt because it has been posted after that invoice has been posted.

      When i try to reverse the good receipt the amount is not correct because it has used an arithmetic mean that has been distorted by previous incorrect invoice.

      Thanks for your help

      Paolo

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