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Accounting for code based consumable material in SAP

Hi Experts,

Just a scenario I want to discuss with You all:

Earlier were using  non-stock items (no material code,only text to procure materials) and projects were consuming it. Now, we are going to use material codes to procure non-stock items which now have master code for it now the requirement for this process is as below.


  • At the time of GRN system pick project G/L(Profit and loss account G/L ) with account assignment S (or Q ) and respective WBS
  • While transferring  the left over project qty to another project ,accounting document is to be created .
  • Warehouse want to track to moved  quantity as well  from project to project and to own stock .


considering these requirement  i m working on two logic.


Logic 1 .


I configured the material as value based material  so that while doing GRN  project WBS  is debiting

and after consumption  of partial material quantity,  I am transferring the remaining cost of project to another project by  t-code KB61N or KB11N  where cost is moving from project to project .


now to show quantity movement  i am developing one report which can show the quantity based on moved Price lets  say if unit prince is 10 and 200 cost is transferring from project to project  means 20 qty is moving  in customized report .


Logic 2


With the help of BADI or some development a virtual storage location  will be created on MIGO screen 

and material will be fetched in this virtual storage location while doing GRN as a referance purpose

and the same location to be used during transferring material from project to project


let me know how far this logic and requirement is correct to code the consumable material and it  is  going to be  codified for reporting purpose .


your earliest response will be appreciable .


Thanks in advance .











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