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Valuated Stock becomes negative

Hi Experts,

We have uploaded the quantity for 5 materials (Non valuated) into the system. As per the request from customer we have made the material type as valuated without reversing the stock quantity.

Also we have maintained the price 0 for the some material in Accounting view. Now client wants to remove those materials into the nonvaluated one. I have tried 309, 502, reversing 561 also, system is throwing valuated stock becomes negative.

Please let me know if there is any solution for this.

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Prabhu

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  • Posted on May 03, 2012 at 04:02 PM

    You should not always just do what the client wants, you are the consultant, your job is to consult your client.

    you created inconsistencies by changing the value update while you had stock.

    As this activity is customizing and can only be done by consultants, SAP does not stop you from changing it. SAP cannot know that the wrong settings were live, and there must be a chance to correct incorrect customizing settings before it is transported.

    Changing non-valuated to valuated in customizing did not create valuated stock from the existing stock, hence all your stock that was present at that time in non-valuated. But any goods issue will be made from vaiuated stock now, hence you get the error message you have.

    The only chance is to switch the customizing of material type again to non-valuated and to issue the "non-valuated" part of your stock. but be careful, nobody else must do any movements in that moment, and you must be careful too otherwise you screw up your system entirly.

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  • Posted on May 03, 2012 at 03:39 PM

    Better change the materials again non valuated stock then do reverse posting .

    Later change it to valuated and you can maintain price also.

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