Can any body let me know what is the difference between all the three...
1. Mb1a - Enter Goods issue..
If I am not wrong these all 3 are used for
=== MB1A transaction code is used for goods issue. This is used for posting materials from stock to consumption say to a costcenter(mvt 201) or to a subcontractor(543).
Transaction MB1B is used to perform tranfer postings
and stock transfers. Stock transfers refer to physical movement where as
in transfer posting physical movements of goods is not involved.
In the above postings if the valuation change is involved then an accounting document is generated.
Transaction mb1c is used for other goods receipts. That is say for a goods receipt w/o reference to PO.
=== First I would like to say that all three transactions used in goods movement.
MB1A - Goods issue leads to a reduction in Stock.
=== I have used Migo seperately which is for all
the transactions but ...if the stock is not consumables I hope we
use MB1B that I am sure..I have used it.. My question
is when to use MB1A and MB1C which is again tranfer of Stock..
=== I was wrong in my earlier mail about the transaction
=== I think that:
2. Goods Receipt - reduce the planned independent
requirement during MRP run
3. Delivery - minus the quantity for the oldest
planned independent in demand management.
- MB1B: Transfer posting = If you are involved with inventory, then you need the GR/IR account (Inventory Account) when the IR is posted. If you are not involved about inventory, then the system does not need the GR/IR account when the IR is posted, the system needs a G/L instead of the GR/IR account.
- MB1C: Other Goods receipts = You can add a new material to the material master and set a beginning balance on it by using transaction MB1C.
(2) You create a subcontracting PO (PO with Item Category L). You can also maintain Purchase Info Record for Subcontract category for material and subcontractor.
(3) You make a transfer posting to issue components for SC PO. Material is sent to subcontractor. As material remains under your ownership, system does not make any value entry. But quantity is shown as "Material Provided to Vendor"
(4) You receive finished material against SC-PO. You also specify components consumed in manufacturing of finished goods. Additionally, if you have negative components in BOM, now you'll also receive subcontracting by-products. There are three events, so three accounting entries are generated:
DR FG Stock/ SC By-Product Stock; CR Change in
Stock (FG/ SC By-Product )
DR Subcontracting Charges; CR GR/IR Clg
DR Consumption (Components); CR Change in Stock
(FG/ SC By-Product )
(5) You do the IV for SC Invoice, and the process is complete.
I think that you have got some concepts clarification.
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