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Inventory Posting Configuration Goods receipts for Purchase Order/Production Order (You can define the screen layout

ut by Movement Type using transaction OMCJ) 101 - Receipt for Purchase Order/Production Order 122 - Return delivery to vendor 511 - Receipt of delivery without charge (Free of Charge) Goods Issue (You can define the screen layout by Movement Type using transaction OMBW) 201 - Consumption for cost center 261 - Consumption for production order - (confirmation automatic posting - known as backflushing in SAP) Material backflushed = ( Production Order Quantity + Scrap) / BOM Base quantity * Component quantity Usually, material backflushed is done at the first operations. Subsequent operations does not have any material backflushed, only activities cost. Which operations to backflushed is set in your routing. (CA02) In the routing click the button CompAlloc. Look at the column B and Oper. A tick under B indicate material backflushing. Transfer posting 301 - Transfer from one Plant to another Plant (Single Step) 309 - Transfer posting Material to Material (or known as Material Conversion) 311 - Transfer from one Storage Location to another (Single Step) MBST - Cancel/Reverse the Material Document The cancel movement type usually is a plus one. e.g. 101 cancels movement type will be 102, 261 cancels movement type will be 262.

When you post a goods movement, the Valuation Class in the Material Master (accounting view) determines which G/L accounts are updated when a transaction relevant to valuation take place. OMWB - Create Automatic Postings Click Account assignment Double click on the Transaction Descriptions and you can see which valuation class is tie to which G/L accounts. OMJJ - Definition of New Movement Types. Allows you to control the movement type functions. The followings are some of the movement type control: Double click on the Transaction type to maintain the movement type control. e.g. print a material document after the user click save. Click on Short Text to maintain the movement type descriptions. Click on the Allowed Transaction to maintain which movement type can be used in which transaction code.