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How GR / IR gl account pulled for Non Valuated material for assets (without material group)

Hi created one Non Valuated material for asset purchase. I assigned one material group (01MSP) in that material master. I have not assigned valuation class to Material (since its non valuated). Also I didn't assigned any valuation class to material group (refer screenshot attached)

I created one Asset PO (account assgnment category A) with that non valuated material. I posted MIGO (GR) for the same.

GR / IR clearing account got credited properly (refer screenshot attached).

I want to know how GR / IR GL account is pulled even though i have not maintained valuation class in material master and material group.

Please let me know.



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  • Posted on Apr 30, 2012 at 06:33 PM


    Even if the material is non valuated ,ie without valuation class, GL account can be determined from the blank valuation class.


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  • Posted on May 01, 2012 at 04:26 AM


    For material purchase you need to assign WRX to valuatioin class with other vital parameters but for asset purchase,GR//IR clearing Asset A/C picks from OBYC with WRX key where valuation class is BLANK.

    More details on GR/IR accounts, check links:


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      I went through the links. But i am still not clear. I have requirement of givitng three GR / IR accounts as follows:

      GR / IR - Material

      GR / IR - Assets

      GR / IR - Services

      Depending upon procurement. SAP will pick up GR / IR - Material and GR / IR - Services on the basis of valuation class. But how system will pick up GR / IR - Assets without valuation class. Please explain in more detail and link

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