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September 2013
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Stock Handling: Scrap


and Blocked Stock (131)
Business Process Documentation

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Contents
1

Purpose.................................................................................................................................. 5

Prerequisites........................................................................................................................... 5
2.1

Master Data and Organizational Data.............................................................................5

2.2

Business Conditions........................................................................................................ 8

2.3

Roles............................................................................................................................... 8

2.4

Preliminary Steps............................................................................................................ 8

2.4.1

Posting Stock for Material into Inventory..................................................................9

2.4.2

Material Returned from Customer..........................................................................10

2.4.3

Reworking from Production....................................................................................10

2.4.4

General Scraping................................................................................................... 10

Process Overview Table....................................................................................................... 10

Process Steps....................................................................................................................... 11

4.1

Customer Returns Scrapping: Goods Issue to CO-PA..................................................11

4.2

General Stock Scrapping: Goods Issue to Cost Center.................................................12

4.3

Blocking Material Stock Transfer Unrestricted to Blocked..........................................14

4.4

Unblocking Material Stock Transfer Blocked to Unrestricted......................................15

4.5

Unblocking Material Stock Transfer Blocked to Quality Inspection Stock...................16

Appendix............................................................................................................................... 17
5.1

Reversal of Process Steps............................................................................................ 17

5.2

SAP ERP Reports......................................................................................................... 18

5.3

Used Forms................................................................................................................... 19

5.4

Frequently Asked Questions.......................................................................................... 19

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1

Purpose

Document
The purpose of this document is to explain the business process in detail. Target groups are
warehouse clerks as well as quality management employees.

Scenario
This scenario is triggered by the following processes:

Returns from Customer

Rework from Production

Other Logistics processes and reasons

Prerequisites

2.1 Master Data and Organizational Data


SAP Best Practices Standard Values
Essential master and organizational data has been created in your ERP system in the
implementation phase, such as the data that reflects the organizational structure of your
company and master data that suits its operational focus, for example, master data for materials,
vendors, and customers.
This master data usually consists of standardized SAP Best Practices default values, and
enables you to go through the process steps of this scenario.

Additional Master Data (Default Values)


You can test the scenario with other SAP Best Practices default values that have the
same characteristics.
Check your SAP ECC system to find out which other material master data exists.

Using Your Own Master Data


You can also use customized values for any material or organizational data for which
you have created master data. For more information on how to create master data,
see the Master Data Procedures documentation.
Use the following master data in the process steps described in this document:
Master /
org. data

Value

Master / Org. data details

Comment

Material

H10

Trading with line item category


YBNA (PD planning and drop
shipment)

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps.

no Serial no.; no batch


Material
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H11

Trading Good for Reg. Trading with

See sections Business


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org. data

Value

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Master / Org. data details

Comment

line item category NORM (PD


planning)

Conditions and Preliminary


Steps.

no Serial no.; no batch


Material

H12

Trading Good for Reg. Trading with


line item category NORM (reorder
point planning)

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps.

no Serial no.; no batch


Material

H13

Trading with line item category


YBNA (Reorder point planning and
drop shipment)

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps.

no Serial no.; no batch


Material

H20

Trading Good for Reg. Trading with Only use if you have activated
line item category NORM (reorder
the building blocks Batch
point planning) with serial numbers Management (117) or Serial
Number Management (126).
See the sections Business
Conditions and Preliminary
Steps.

Material

H21

Trading Good for Reg. Trading with


line item category NORM (reorder
point planning), batch controlled
(Exp. Date)

Only use if you have activated


the building blocks Batch
Management (117) or Serial
Number Management (126).
See sections Business
Conditions and Preliminary
Steps.

Material

H22

Trading Good for Reg. Trading with


line item category NORM (reorder
point planning), batch controlled
(FIFO strategy)

Only use if you have activated


the building blocks Batch
Management (117) or Serial
Number Management (126).
See sections Business
Conditions and Preliminary
Steps

Material

R13

Raw material as subcontracting


component with line item, NORM
(PD planning), no batch, no serial
number

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps

Material

R14

Raw material as subcontracting


component with line item, NORM
(PD planning), no batch, no serial
number

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps

Material

R16

Raw material as BOM component to See sections Business


S22 with line item, NORM (PD
Conditions and Preliminary
planning), no batch, no serial
Steps
number

Material

R17

Raw material as BOM component to See sections Business


S22 with line item, NORM (PD
Conditions and Preliminary
planning), no batch, no serial
Steps
number

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Master /
org. data

Value

Master / Org. data details

Material

R18

Raw material as BOM component to See sections Business


S22 with line item, NORM (PD
Conditions and Preliminary
planning), no batch, no serial
Steps
number

Material

R20

Raw material for external


procurement with line item, NORM
(PD planning), no batch, no serial
number

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps

Material

R27

Raw material for external


procurement with line item, NORM
(PD planning), no batch, no serial
number

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps

Material

R120

Raw material for external


See sections Business
procurement for QM processing,
Conditions and Preliminary
with line item, NORM (PD planning), Steps
no batch, no serial number

Material

R122

Raw material for external


procurement, with line item, NORM
(PD planning), Batch-Fifo, Procure
Import, no serial number

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps

Material

R128

Raw material for external


procurement for consignment
processing with line item, NORM
(PD planning), no batch, no serial
number

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps

Material

R124

Raw material for external


procurement with line item, NORM
(reorder point planning), Fixed Bin
info, no batch, no serial number

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps

Material

S21

Semi-finished Good for Trading /


Repetitive manufacturing with line
item category NORM (PD planning),
no batch, no serial number

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps

Material

S22

Semi-finished Good for Reg. Trading See sections Business


/ production with line item category
Conditions and Preliminary
NORM (PD planning), phantom
Steps
assembly, no batch, no serial
number

Material

S23

Semi-finished Good for Reg. Trading See sections Business


/ production with line item category
Conditions and Preliminary
NORM (PD planning), for
Steps
subcontracting process, no batch,
no serial number

Material

S24

Semi-finished Good for Reg. Trading See sections Business


/ production with line item category
Conditions and Preliminary
NORM (PD planning),
Steps
subcontracting, no serial number,
batch controlled (FIFO strategy)

Material

S25

Semi-finished Good for External


procurement with line item category
NORM (PD planning),

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Comment

See sections Business


Conditions and Preliminary
Steps
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Master /
org. data

Value

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Master / Org. data details

Comment

subcontracting, no serial number,


no batch
Plant

1000

Plant1

Storage
Location

1020

Plant 1000

Shop floor w/o lean WM

Storage
Location

1030

Plant 1000

Shipping w/ lean WM

Storage
Location

1050

Plant 1000

Stores w/ lean WM

Storage
Location

1060

Plant 1000

Returns

Vendor 1:

300000

Vendor domestic 00

2.2 Business Conditions


The business process described in this Business Process Documentation is part of a bigger
chain of integrated business processes or scenarios. As a result, you must have completed the
following processes and fulfilled the following business conditions before you can start going
through this scenario:
Business condition

Scenario

You have completed all relevant steps described in


the Business Process Documentation Prereq.
Process Steps (154).

Prereq. Process Steps (154)

2.3 Roles
Use
The following roles must have been installed to test this scenario in the SAP NetWeaver
Business Client (NWBC). The roles in this Business Process Documentation must be assigned
to the user or users testing this scenario. You do not need these roles if you are not using the
NWBC interface, but the standard SAP GUI.

Prerequisites
The business roles have been assigned to the user who is testing this scenario.
Business role

Technical name

Process step

Employee
(Professional User)

SAP_NBPR_EMPLOYEE_S

Assignment of this role is


necessary for basic functionality.

Warehouse Clerk

SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLER
K_S

Goods Issue to CO-PA


Goods Issue to cost center
Block or unblock material

2.4 Preliminary Steps


To run through this scenario, the materials must be available in stock.
This can either be based on stock posting as described in the section Post Stock for Material
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into Inventory, or based on a preliminary process that triggered the scenario.

2.4.1

Posting Stock for Material into Inventory

Use
This step is obsolete if enough stock is available.
Check the stock availability with the transaction MMBE, for the material, plant and storage
locations you want to use when processing the BPD.
If no stock is available, you may use the corresponding process (purchasing or production or
sales) to create stock or post initial stock for these materials as described in the following steps.

Procedure
1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:
Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)
SAP ECC menu

LogisticsMaterials ManagementInventory
ManagementGoods MovementGoods Movement (MIGO)

Transaction code

MIGO

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role
Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and TransfersOther


Goods Movement

2. On the initial screen, ensure that in the top left of screen, the first field shows Goods Receipt
and the second field shows Other.
3. In field in the top right corner, enter movement type 561.
4. Choose Enter.
5. On the Material tab page, enter the material number.
6. On the Quantity tab page, enter an amount, for example, 10000.
7. On the Where tab page, enter plant 1000, and a storage location, for example Shipping (L
WM) (1030).
8. Choose Enter.
9. Mark flag Items OK.
10. If material is handled in batches: On the Batch tab page, enter external batch number or
leave empty for internal number assignment.
11. If material is handled in batches: enter the date of production, for example current date; and
choose Enter:
12. If material is serialized: on the Serial Numbers tab page, enter serial number. If serial
number is unknown, select Create Serial Nos Automatically .
13. Choose Post.

To reverse the posting repeat the steps with reversal movement type 562.
Alternatively, cancel material document with transaction MBST.
14. Choose Back (F3) to the SAP Easy Access screen (SAP GUI)
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Or
Choose Exit (Shift+F3) and confirm the Business client message with Yes to return to SAP
Home (SAP NetWeaver Business Client).

Result
Stock for the material is now available at the selected storage location.

2.4.2

Material Returned from Customer

A material is received from the customer and is posted into the return storage
(location). Then the material is either blocked until further usage or scrapped directly.
For this activity, run the Returns and Complaints (111) scenario in its entirety, using
the master data from this scenario document.

2.4.3

Reworking from Production

A material has to be reworked after or during production.


For this activity, run the Rework Processing (Work-in-Process) (202) scenario in its
entirety, using the master data from this scenario document.

2.4.4

General Scraping

Goods needed to be scrapped for any other reason. The costs are put on cost center.

Process Overview Table


Step Name

External
Process
Reference

Business
Condition

Role

Transaction
code

Expected
Results

Returns from
Customer

Customer
Returns
and
Complains

Customer returns
goods with
complaints

See process
Customer
Returns

See process
Customer
Returns

The customer
returns the
goods. Goods
are in stock.

Rework from
Production

Rework
Processin
g (WorkinProcess)

Material needs to
be reworked

See process
Rework
Processing

See process
Rework
Processing

Material is
reworked

Material needs to
be scrapped

Warehouse
Clerk

Decision needed
how to follow up
with the material

Warehouse
Clerk

Manual activity

Decision made
on how to follow
up with the
material

Processes
which trigger
the stock
handling

General
reasons for
scrapping
Triggered
process
Inspect
product

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Business
Condition

Role

Transaction
code

Expected
Results

Customer
Returns
Scrapping:
Goods Issue to
CO-PA

Materials need to
be scrapped as
part of sales
process
(profitability
segment)

Warehouse
Clerk

MIGO

The goods are


removed from
stock and the
value is put to
profitability
segment.

General Stock
Scrapping:
Goods Issue to
Cost Center

Materials
scrapped to cost
center as part of
production or
other internal
reasons

Warehouse
Clerk

MIGO

The goods are


removed from
stock and the
value is put to
cost center.

Block Material
Stock
Transfer
Unrestricted to
Blocked

Materials blocked
for further usage

Warehouse
Clerk

MIGO

The goods
status is set to
blocked

Unblock
Material
Stock Transfer
Blocked to
Unrestricted

Materials released
for upcoming
usage

Warehouse
Clerk

MIGO

The goods
status is set to
unrestricted

Material
Stock Transfer
Blocked to
Quality
Inspection
Stock

Materials released
for upcoming
usage

Warehouse
Clerk

MIGO

The goods
status is set to
QI

External
Process
Reference

Process Steps

4.1 Customer Returns Scrapping: Goods Issue to COPA


Use
Materials need to be scrapped as part of production or for other reasons. Therefore the goods
movement financial posting is done via COPA.

Posting to COPA is only possible when COPA is active.


This procedure can only be carried out for the materials listed in the customer returns scenario
Returns and Complaints (111)

Procedure
1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:
Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)
SAP ECC menu

LogisticsMaterials ManagementInventory
ManagementGoods MovementGoods Movement (MIGO)

Transaction code

MIGO

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Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role
Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and TransfersOther


Goods Movement

2. On the initial screen, ensure that in the top left of screen, the first field shows Goods Issue
and the second field shows Other.
3. In the field in the top right corner, enter the movement type 951.
4. Choose Enter.
5. On the Material tab page, enter the material number.
6. On the Quantity tab page, enter an amount, for example 100.
7. On the Where tab page, enter plant Plant 1 (1000), storage location Returns (1060) and
reason for movement (for example, 0001).
8. Choose Enter.
9. On the Account Assignment tab page, choose Profitability Segment.
10. Choose Continue.
11. Optional: If the material is handled in batches, for example Trading Good,Reorder
Point,Batch-FIFO: Enter the external batch number on the Batch tab page.
12. Optional: If the material is serialized, for example Trading Good,Reorder Point,SerialNo:
Enter the serial number on the Serial Numbers tab page. If serial number is unknown, search
one by choosing Find.
13. Choose Post.

To reverse the posting repeat cancel the material document with transaction MBST
using movement type 952.
14. Optional: Display the material document and FI/CO postings.
Ensure that in the top left corner of the screen, the first field shows Display and the second
field shows Material Document. The third field shows the material document number from
the last posting, if not, enter material document number. Choose Enter.
Choose the Doc.Info. tab page. Choose FI Documents. If the List of Documents in
Accounting dialog box appears, choose the document type. Check accounting postings.
15. Choose Back (F3) to the SAP Easy Access screen (SAP GUI)
Or
Choose Exit (Shift+F3) and confirm the Business client message with Yes to return to SAP
Home (SAP NetWeaver Business Client).

Result
The goods are removed from stock with quantity and value. The goods value is posted to the
account and to COPA.

4.2 General Stock Scrapping: Goods Issue to Cost


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Center
Use
Materials are consumed to the cost center as part of the production or for MRO. Therefore the
goods movement financial posting is done via the cost center.

Procedure
1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:
Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)
SAP ECC menu

LogisticsMaterials ManagementInventory
ManagementGoods MovementGoods Movement (MIGO)

Transaction code

MIGO

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role
Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and TransfersOther


Goods Movement

2. On the initial screen, ensure that in the top left corner of the screen, the first field shows
Goods Issue and the second field shows Other.
3. Enter movement type 551 (in the top right corner).
4. Choose Enter.
5. On the Material tab page, enter a material number (see chapter 2.1 Master Data and
Organizational Data for a list of the materials that can be used, example H11).
6. On the Quantity tab page, enter an amount, for example 100.
7. On the Where tab page, enter plant 1000, and a storage location, for example Return 1060.
8. Choose Enter.
9. On the Account Assignment tab page, enter a cost center. (Choose purchase and stores, for
example, 1201).
10. Optional: If the material is handled in batches, for example Trading Good,Reorder
Point,Batch-FIFO: Enter the external batch number on the Batch tab page.
11. Optional: If the material is serialized, for example Trading Good,Reorder Point,SerialNo:
Enter the serial number on the Serial Numbers tab page. If the serial number is unknown,
search for one by choosing Find.
12. Choose Post.

To reverse the posting cancel the material document with transaction MBST using
movement type 552.
13. Optional: Display material document and FI/CO postings.
Ensure that in the top left corner of the screen, the first field shows Display and the second
field shows Material Document. The third field shows the material document number from
the last posting, if not, enter the material document number. Choose Enter.
Choose the Doc.Info. tab page. Choose FI Documents. If the List of Documents in
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Accounting dialog box appears, choose the document type. Check accounting postings.
14. Choose Back (F3) to the SAP Easy Access screen (SAP GUI)
Or
Choose Exit (Shift+F3) and confirm the Business client message with Yes to return to SAP
Home (SAP NetWeaver Business Client).

Result
The goods are removed from stock with quantity and value. The goods value is posted to
account and cost center.

4.3 Blocking Material Stock Transfer Unrestricted to


Blocked
Use
Materials need to be blocked from further usage. This means the stock could not be used for
logistic purposes and it will be excluded in MRP calculations.

Procedure
1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:
Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)
SAP ECC menu

LogisticsMaterials ManagementInventory
ManagementGoods MovementGoods Movement (MIGO)

Transaction code

MIGO

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role
Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and Transfers Other


Goods Movement

2. On the initial screen, ensure that in the top left corner of the screen, the first field shows
Transfer Posting and the second field shows Other. In the top right corner, enter the
movement type 344 and choose Enter.
3. On the Transfer Posting tab page, enter the material number, plant 1000 and a storage
location (see chapter 2.1 Master Data and Organizational Data for a list of the data that can
be used, example H11)
4. On the Quantity tab page, enter amount, for example 100.
5. Optional: If the material is handled in batches, for example Trading Good,Reorder
Point,Batch-FIFO (H21): Enter the external batch number on the Batch tab page or leave
empty for internal number assignment.
6. Optional: If the material is serialized, for example Trading Good,Reorder Point,SerialNo
(H20): Enter the serial number on the Serial Numbers tab page. If the serial number is
unknown, search one by choosing Find.
7. Choose Enter.
8. Choose Post.
9. Access the transaction MIGO again, the first field shows Display and the second field shows
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Material document. Enter your material document and choose Enter. On the Doc. Info tab
page choose FI Documents. You will get the message: No subsequent document found in
Accounting. This signifies that it is a non-valuated transfer posting.

To reverse the posting cancel material document with transaction MBST.


10. Choose Back (F3) to the SAP Easy Access screen (SAP GUI)
Or
Choose Exit (Shift+F3) and confirm the Business client message with Yes to return to SAP
Home (SAP NetWeaver Business Client).

Result
The goods stock status is switched from unrestricted to blocked. Goods stock is excluded from
MRP calculations.

4.4 Unblocking Material Stock Transfer Blocked to


Unrestricted
Use
Materials need to be unblocked for upcoming usage. This means that the stock could be used for
any logistics purpose and will be included in MRP calculations

Prerequisite
There is blocked stock in the storage location.

Procedure
1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:
Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)
SAP ECC menu

LogisticsMaterials ManagementInventory
ManagementGoods MovementGoods Movement (MIGO)

Transaction code

MIGO

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role
Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and Transfers Other


Goods Movement

2. On the initial screen, ensure that in the top left corner of the screen, the first field shows
Transfer Posting and the second field shows Other.
3. In the top right corner, enter movement type 343.
4. Choose Enter.
5. Choose Detail data if it is necessary .On the Transfer Posting tab page, enter a material
number plant 1000 and a storage location in part From (see chapter 2.1 Master Data and
Organizational Data for a list of the data that can be used, example H11).
6. On the Quantity tab page, enter amount, for example 100.
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7. If the material is handled in batches, for example Trading Good,Reorder Point,Batch-FIFO


(H21): Enter the external batch number on the Batch tab.
8. If the material is serialized, for example Trading Good,Reorder Point,SerialNo (H20): Enter
the serial number on the Serial Numbers tab page. If the serial number is unknown, search
one by choosing Find.
9. Choose Enter.
10. Choose Post.
11. Access the transaction MIGO again. The first field shows Display and the second field shows
Material document. Enter your material document and choose Enter. On the Doc. Info tab
page choose FI Documents. You will get the message: No subsequent document found in
Accounting. This signifies that it is a non-valuated transfer posting.

To reverse the posting cancel the material document with transaction MBST.
12. Choose Back (F3) to the SAP Easy Access screen (SAP GUI)
Or
Choose Exit (Shift+F3) and confirm the Business client message with Yes to return to SAP
Home (SAP NetWeaver Business Client).

Result
The goods stock status is switched from blocked to unrestricted. Goods stock is included in
MRP calculations.

4.5 Unblocking Material Stock Transfer Blocked to


Quality Inspection Stock
Materials need to be unblocked for upcoming usage, for example for a returns delivery.

Prerequisite
There is blocked stock in the storage location.

Procedure
1. Access the transaction choosing one of the following navigation options:
Option 1: SAP Graphical User Interface (SAP GUI)
SAP ECC menu

LogisticsMaterials ManagementInventory
ManagementGoods MovementGoods Movement (MIGO)

Transaction code

MIGO

Option 2: SAP NetWeaver Business Client (SAP NWBC) via Business Role
Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and Transfers Other


Goods Movement

2. On the initial screen, ensure that in the top left corner of the screen, the first field shows
Transfer Posting and the second field shows Others.
3. In the top right corner, enter movement type 349.
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4. Choose Enter.
5. Choose Detail data if it is necessary .On the Transfer tab page, enter the material number,
plant 1000 and a storage location in part From(see chapter 2.1 Master Data and
Organizational Data for a list of the data that can be used, example H11).
6. On the Quantity tab page, enter amount, for example 100.
7. If the material is handled in batches, for example Trading Good,Reorder Point,Batch-FIFO
(H21): Enter the external batch number on the Batch tab page or leave empty for internal
number assignment.
8. If the material is serialized, for example Trading Good,Reorder Point,SerialNo (H20): Enter
the serial number on the Serial Numbers tab page. If the serial number is unknown, search
one by choosing Find.
9. Choose Enter.
10. Choose Post.

To reverse the posting cancel the material document with transaction MBST.
11. Choose Back (F3) to the SAP Easy Access screen (SAP GUI)
Or
Choose Exit (Shift+F3) and confirm the Business client message with Yes to return to SAP
Home (SAP NetWeaver Business Client).

Result
The goods stock status is switched from blocked to quality inspection.

Appendix

5.1 Reversal of Process Steps


Stock Scrapping: Goods Issue to CO-PA
Transaction code (SAP GUI)

MIGO

Reversal:

Reverse material posting

Transaction code (SAP GUI)

MBST

Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and


TransfersCancel Material Document

Stock Scrapping: Goods Issue to Cost Center


Transaction code (SAP GUI)

MIGO

Reversal:

Reverse material posting

Transaction code (SAP GUI)

MBST

Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

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Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and


TransfersCancel Material Document

Stock Transfer: Unrestricted to Blocked


Transaction code (SAP GUI)

MIGO

Reversal:

Reverse material posting

Transaction code (SAP GUI)

MBST

Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and


TransfersCancel Material Document

Stock Transfer: Blocked to Unrestricted


Transaction code (SAP GUI)

MIGO

Reversal:

Reverse material posting

Transaction code (SAP GUI)

MBST

Business role

Warehouse Clerk
(SAP_NBPR_WAREHOUSECLERK_S)

Business role menu

Warehouse ManagementConsumption and


TransfersCancel Material Document

5.2 SAP ERP Reports


Use
The table below lists the most frequently used reports that help you to obtain additional
information on this business process.

You can find detailed descriptions of the individual reports in the following BPD
documents, which provide a comprehensive compilation of all important reports:

Financial Accounting: SAP ERP Reports for Accounting (221)

Logistics Processes: SAP ERP Reports for Logistics (222)

Note that the descriptions of some reports that are an indispensable part of the process flow may
be located directly in the section where they belong.

Reports
Report title

Transaction code

Comment

Stock Overview

MMBE

A list of stock is displayed.

Warehouse Stock

MB52

A List of the warehouse stock is displayed

Availability Overview

CO09

The available quantity from each receipt is


displayed

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Report title

Transaction code

Comment

Run Profitability Report

KE30

A report concerning Plan/Actual Activities.

Plant Analysis

MCBA

Direct access to plant-related data.

5.3 Used Forms


Common Form
Name

Form Type

Used in
Process step

Output
Type

Form Technical
Object

Goods Issue
(individual slip)

SmartForm

Step 4

WA01

YBPK_MMGI1

Goods Issue
(individual slip with
inspection text)

SmartForm

Step 4

WA02

YBPK_MMGI2

Goods Issue
(collective slip)

SmartForm

Step 4

WA03

YBPK_MMGI3

5.4 Frequently Asked Questions


Question

Answer

How do you manage the quality of


incoming goods?

The movement of material allows recording of stock


status one of them being quality stock status
which exempts the stock quantity from MRP. Detailed
quality results require SAP Quality Management
module.

Can we use warehouse management


functionality for material
management?

Yes, the functionality exists further requirement


analysis needs to be done to determine the project
scope.

Do we have to define all our storage


locations prior to inventory
movements?

Yes. Material master must be extended by using


storage locations. Automatic extension of storage
locations by movement type and plant is not invoked
to ensure no unplanned extensions.

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