Skip to Content

Archived discussions are read-only. Learn more about SAP Q&A

Business scenario

Scenario

Dear Experts please help to MAP below mentioned scenario.

We purchased FORGING from vendor.

During GR , stock is moved to QI stock and after quality checking it transferred to unrestricted stock.

After issueing it , we came to know that there are blowholes in casting, which is vendor rejection.

Now we want send the material back to vendor, how should we map this senario.

Also after rejection from production where should we move this stock ( BLOCKED ??). What are the movement types involved in the whole cycle

Material is EXCISABLE material.What are the excise transactions envolved in this.

How to MAP if payment is done and not done?

With same scenario if the vendor is subcontracting vendor how can we map it SAP.

Regards,

KJ

replied

HI,

First get the stock from Production line to the stores and then carry out the following process.

1) CREATE RETURN PURCHASE ORDER u2013 ME21N

(Please Put Tick Mark against Return Item)

2) MAKE A GOODS RECEIPT u2013 MIGO

3) POST EXCISE INVOICE FOR OTHER MOVEMENTS - J1IS & J1IV (If the Material is Exicsable)

4) CREATE CREDIT MEMO - MIRO

The cycle flows like this;

At the time of GR (MIGO);

Stock A/c - Dr

GR/IR Clearing A/c - Cr

Excise Invoice Posting (J1IEX);

CENVAT Receivable A/c - Dr

CENVAT Clearing A/c - Cr

At the time of LIV (MIRO);

Vendor A/c - Cr

GR/IR Clearing A/c - Dr

CENVAT Clearing A/c - Dr

At the time of Vendor Return (MIGO);

Stock A/c - Cr

GR/IR Clearing A/c - Dr

Excise Invoice for Vendor Return (J1IS & J1IV);

CENVAT Receivable A/c - Cr

CENVAT Clearing A/c - Dr

At the time of Credit Memo (MIRO);

Vendor A/c - Dr

GR/IR Clearing A/c - Cr

CENVAT Clearing A/c - Cr

Note: - If you debit CENVAT Suspense A/c at the time of J1IS/J1IV then at the time of Credit Memo processing (MIRO), you can not credit CENVAT Clearing A/c and Debit Vendor. The logic is very simple, at the end of whole cycle Clearing A/c should be nil, there should not be any balance.

Thanks & Regards,

Kiran

0 View this answer in context
Not what you were looking for? View more on this topic or Ask a question