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311 with respect to PO

Dear All,

In subcontracting i wanted 2 stage material issue. But 541 cannot be two step. So we tried 311 to a dummy store and then doing 541. But problem is we cannot do 311 with PO. Can anybody suggest how to do this or any other solution.

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 10:04 AM

    I think this possible with Lm01.

    - When you issue the components through SC vendor, you create delivery via ME2O.

    - Configure LM01 as such you can stage with respect to the delivery and load it. Check with technical team. you dont need to have WM or PP module to use LM01 as we used LM01 without these modules.

    Or if you want to use just 311 movement type using goods issue, you should make use of the item text or header text in Good issue screen to refer the PO number

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      Scenario is We have store responsible for Material issue and Excise responsible for 541 and challan creation. I want to make it two step. Which is not possible. So we created Interim store. But again 311 is possible but again it is Not picking PO. Somebody should issue material and another department confirms the document.

  • Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 07:54 AM

    Hi,

    311 wth repective Po not possible.

    why you want two step for subcontracting

    Regards

    kailas ugale

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    Posted on Feb 07, 2012 at 08:56 AM

    Hi There

    Provide your business scenario, so that we can provide/check for the possile solutions

    Thanks

    Senthil P

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