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Where to assign the loss in transit G/L?


Can you please tell me Where to assign the G/L for loss in transit as we have to change it. I have checked VKOA but this G/L is not there.

Also, system should do the entry:

Loss in transit A/c Dr.


Also, could you please tell me how the system will pick up the Internal order for the G/L account of loss in transit as I have checked the account is not there in VKOA and no assignment is made for this G/L in default account assignment in controlling.

Please reply as soon as possible as it is very urgent...

Thanks and Regards


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    Posted on Jul 20, 2012 at 12:39 PM

    How the loss in transit is posted in the system? which transaction code is used to post this? If it is posted using MM/IM movement types, then check in t.code OBYC, for transaction GBB and/or BSV. You can very well discuss with your MM/FI personal, who can easily help with this.


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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2012 at 06:32 AM

    I am not sure what your business process is. There is an option in the material master Over delivery and Under delivery tolerances. You can make use of this and check your FI entries.

    You can also have a look at the following entries

    G. Lakshmipathi

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