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261E movement type to be allowed during GI of Process Order

Former Member
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Dear Collegues,

We are trying for a scenario, Where From Sales Order to Process Order directly to be made.

Now the default movement type for GI of the order is coming 261 E . But system is not allowing with this movement & also this movement is not coming in dropdown. How it is to be mapped , please co-operate.

Best Regards

Aniruddha Biswas

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Former Member
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Hai,

I understood your problem, please check the item category in basic data 1 and item category group in sales org 1 view for the fert material master and suppose if you have given as 0001 in sales org 1 it is treated as special stock for make to order. For the particular mvt type 261 sysem automatically treats as 261E by default, for this changes are inevitable, only altenate setting is to change item cat group insales org ! view. kindly check and come back

Former Member
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Dear,

Where you are doing this transcation? which transaction?, you cannot issue material directly to sales order like this..

Is it for sales order? or process order?

If it is process order, then if the raw material what you are issuing should have sales order specifi stock, then only you can issue the material,

Former Member
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Hi,

The material issue against Process Order.

It is showing 261E (Against Sales Order Stock) movement but system is not alllowing to post.

Regards

Aniruddha

Former Member
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what is the error message?

Former Member
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Hi Aniruddha,

Please check with the stock of the components to be issued to order, it should be enough stock in the sale order stock.(customer stock - MD)04)

Other wise system will not allow to issue from the general stock , make the stock for ur component and try.

If ur component is Raw material, to avoid this, set coll/ind = 2 for component at MRP view.

Then create new order and make goods issue.

Regarsd

pradeep