EXP_0025
14 pág.

EXP_0025


DisciplinaConsultoria909 materiais3.271 seguidores
Pré-visualização1 página
\ufffd
\ufffd
\ufffd
Unlike stock transfers, transfer postings do not usually involve a physical goods movement, but a change in stock type, batch number, or material number.
Examples of transfer postings include release from quality inspection or transfer from consignment material to your company\u2019s own stocks.
The R/3 System creates a material document so that the transaction can be entered. Documents in Financial Accounting (FI, CO, CO-PC) are created only if there is a stock change involving valuation (for example, goods are transferred from one plant to another).
You can also carry out stock transfers with reference to the purchase order. The entire process is explained in the training course LO925 Cross-Application Business Processes in SD and MM.
\ufffd
\ufffd
Stock transfers can be carried out at three different levels:
Stock transfer from one company code to another
Stock transfer from one plant to another
Stock transfer from one storage location to another
A stock transfer consists of a goods issue from the issuing point and a goods receipt in the receiving point. You can post stock transfers in one step or in two steps.
\ufffd
A stock transfer from one storage location to another is carried out within one plant. As the material is transferred within the same plant, and is managed with the same valuation data as before, the transfer is not valuated.
The advantage of the one-step procedure is that you enter the stock transfer in a single transaction.
\ufffd
If you use the two-step procedure, you can monitor stocks while they are in transit. Once you have posted the goods issue from the issuing point, the stock is located in stock transfer at the receiving point, and is managed as such in the system.
\ufffd
\ufffd
You can also post stock transfers with reference to a stock transport order using a one-step procedure instead of the two-step procedure. This procedure does not involve stock in transit, and materials are posted directly to unrestricted-use stock in the receiving plant.
\ufffd
A transfer posting from material to material requires that both materials are managed in the same unit of measure.
A transfer posting from material to material may be necessary when a material changes over time, for example. It may then no longer have the characteristics defined in the material master record, but those of another material master number. This is often the case in the chemical and pharmaceuticals industry.
\ufffd
At goods receipt, you choose the stock type into which you post the goods.
You can post withdrawals for consumption only from unrestricted-use stock.
\ufffd
If the usability of a material changes, you can transfer the material between the different stock types.
\ufffd
(C) SAP AG	TAMM40	25-\ufffd PAGE \* MERGEFORMAT \ufffd1\ufffd