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Dear All,

How to map this scenario in SAP:

From stores we are issuing sheet of 120* 100 m and used in one production order.

Now production people are again using left out part in some other production order.

From left out sheet they cut a piece of 10* 30 and used in some production order.

In another production order they used a piece of 40* 8 from the left out sheet which was originally issued against

some other production order.

nidhi

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    Posted on Jan 20, 2012 at 07:34 AM

    Hi,

    What is your BOM quantity for first production order? is it 120*100? Since you have told its left out part, issue the quantity as per BOM.

    Physically packing film could be 120*100

    If you BOM quantity is 60 * 100 then in sap make GI only for 60*100

    Try to see this link

    Partial Reversal of Goods Issue

    If you want to reverse the goods after issuing to order it will be helpful.

    Explain the scenario in detail.

    Regards / US

    Edited by: Umashankarpmgl on Jan 20, 2012 1:05 PM

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  • Posted on Jan 20, 2012 at 06:48 AM

    Hello,

    Maintain the left out part as a bi-product in your first order BOM of sheet 120100m with negative quantity. When you confirm the first order this left out you can take into inventory and then can issue for the next order for making a piece of 40 8m sheet.

    Check the functionality of bi-product in SAP.

    Regards,

    Alok Tiwari

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      >Maintain the left out part as a bi-product in your first order BOM of sheet 120*100m with negative quantity<

      The problem is from the left out part they are cutting 4-5 small pieces of diff sizes.

      How many times we have to do GR & GI and do I need to create separate material no for left out parts and for all

      these small pieces.

      We are making small pouches from polyster films.

  • Posted on Jan 20, 2012 at 04:22 PM

    Hello,

    By looking at scenario you mentioned, it seems always left out of your first order will be uneven and irregular sizes and you will always use the left out till it is productive. This will be totally unplanned quantity.

    But in SAP you have to map this as a bi product. But you can not add this in BOM because you do not the left out quantity.

    But you will come to know this after you complete this order processing physically. I suggest you to add the left quantity during order confirmation as a negative quantity so that this quantity will be brought to stock.

    Next time when you use it in order the left out sheet you can consume this left out film. No need to create different material number, you can use same material number if you do not want to identify the stock seperately for left out and original films.

    But if this will not be practical for you to add this quantity manually for every order, i have seen after processing several order at the end of the day you can bring the left out to stock so you can have it in stock. But it depends on your business requirement.

    Regards,

    Sharat

    Edited by: sharatsugur on Jan 20, 2012 5:24 PM

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