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Hi,

Can anyone explain the transaction VL02N ? i need to know the difference between goods receipt created in this transaction and receipt that is made through MIGO or MB1C ...In my project we are running IDOC through which stock is updated in SAP but i am unable to find any transaction like MIGO or MBIC but i can see VL02N only. Please help me in this .

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2013 at 09:09 AM

    Hi Rady ,

    I don't have any idea about your IDOC related issue , reason being I haven't worked on it.

    But I can tell you the difference between VL02N and MIGO/MB1C.

    All the above tcodes are meant for creating Material Documents.

    The main difference is that VL02N is used for doing PGI (Post Goods Issue ) related to SALE.

    So the movement type of Material Document generated is always

    601

    or

    602 (for reversal ).

    Whereas for MIGO/MB1C documents generated can be of any Movement type.

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    • Former Member Sijin Chandran

      THANKS,

      I am confused with various types of deliveries. I am very fresh to SD and single person to handle the project.

      In my system they are running two interfaces,

      1. 1st interface will create material and batch. In same interface delivery is created with transaction VL01NO.

      2. Then warranty validation is done through another interface therefore material batch data are updated and outbound delivery is created through VL02N(change).

      And i can find stock updation only after second interface runs successful. I dont find MB1C/MIGO anywhere in interface programs. Thats y I got this confusion

  • Posted on Jan 21, 2013 at 09:11 AM

    Hi Rady

    VL02N is the change transaction for outbound deliveries and based on a delivery you can post goods issue - that is the opposite of goods receipt.

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