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Differnece GR, GI and transfer posting.

Former Member
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Hi friends,

Can any one explain me what is GR, GI, Transfer Posting and Goods Movement and how they are lincked.

Its urgent,

Regards,

Niki.

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Former Member
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Hi,

GR

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_erp2005/helpdata/EN/c7/113d8f917511d194780000e83dcfd4/content.htm

A term from inventory management denoting a physical inward movement of goods or materials.

The SAP System differentiates between the following types of goods receipt:

Goods receipt with reference to a purchase order

Goods receipt with reference to a production order

Other goods receipts without reference

GI

http://help.sap.com/saphelp_scm50/helpdata/en/9a/855739a1525262e10000000a114084/content.htm

A reduction in warehouse stock due to a withdrawal of stock or the delivery of goods to a customer.

Transfer posting

Transfer Posting is goods move with in the stock type. ex.

Blocked stock to Quality inspection stock to Unrestricted

use.

Goods Movement

A physical or logical movement of materials leading to a change in stock levels or resulting in the consumption of the material.

Best regards,

raam

Edited by: Kodandarami Reddy.S on Jun 6, 2008 11:36 AM

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Answers (2)

Former Member
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Hi niki,

GR - Goods receipt (MB1C).

GI - goods issue(MB1A).

Entire goods movements transfers feed to the Transaction 'MIGO'.

Goods movements below tables stores the data.

MKPF: Header of Material document.

MSEG: Item of Material document.

thans,

sreddy.

Former Member
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Hi All,

Thanks a lot for your feedback.

Regards,

Niki

GauthamV
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hi,

GR - Goods receipt (MB1C)

GI - goods issue(MB1A)

TP - transfer posting(MB1B)

GM - goods movement (MB11)

Thy r generally used in MM flow.

check tables MKPF,MSEG.

Former Member
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Hi Gautham,

Tks a lot for ur replay,

Can u please eloberate the functionality of these four transactions.

Regards,

Niki.