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clearing quantity based difference

we have GR IR document for one GL account, the first document is posted with Debit 2002 dollars, the other document is posted with Credit 2000 dollars, we want to use F.13 to clear by quantity based tolerance on assignment field. may I know the list of T-codes can do the job, thanks

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  • Posted on Apr 26, 2012 at 07:35 AM

    Please add the following rule in OB74 and try

    COA : XXXX

    Acct type : S

    Frm acct : Specify your GR/IR account

    To acct : Specify your GR/IR account

    Criterion1: SAKNR

    Criterion2: BUKRS

    Criterion3: MENGE

    You have to specify the from and to account, otherwise it applies for all the GL accounts.

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    • Former Member Robin Tiang

      What you want in tolerance?

      Say complete requirement as in what parameters you want to maintain tolerance for.

      @ Murli: I think instead of MENGE , ERFMG should be used as line item contains this field. Also ZUONR should still be there as criterian 4 or else any line item whr quantity is same will get cleared irrespective of PO relevance.

      @ Robin: The above concept by Murli will act as tolerance as in line items with similar quantity will only get cleared. If quantity does not match no clearing.

      Also you can use MR11 to clear GR account if you want quantity tolerance.

  • Posted on Apr 26, 2012 at 08:57 AM

    Hi Robin,

    First thing F.13 always work Value based not quantity based !! Criteria should match along with tolerance limits. As suggested by Mr.Murali do the customization but Should be add DMBTR field in Criteria as well as EBELN number or ZUONR field.

    In F.13 screen > You should have check GRIR Special Purpose Check box as well tolerance limit check box.

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