2023.05.04 by 由布茶寮
How to Create Gr for Scheduling Agreement
When it comes to managing scheduling agreements in SAP, creating GR or Goods Receipt is an essential step to ensure that all the terms agreed upon with your vendor have been met. In this article, we`ll guide you through the steps to create GR for a scheduling agreement.
Step 1: Access the Purchase Order
The first step is to access the purchase order for which you want to create a GR. You can do this by navigating to the transaction code ME23N. Enter the purchase order number and press Enter. This will open the purchase order.
Step 2: Select the Line Item
Select the line item for which you want to create a GR. You can do this by clicking on the line item number in the left-hand side column. The line item details will be displayed.
Step 3: Create the GR
To create the GR, follow these steps:
a. Click on the “Goods Receipt” button at the top of the screen. This will open the Goods Receipt screen.
b. Enter the quantity of goods received.
c. If the goods received exceed the quantity specified in the purchase order, you can enter the excess quantity in the “Additional Qty” field.
d. Enter the date on which the goods were received.
e. If there are any comments or notes you want to add, you can enter them in the “Notes” field.
f. Click on the “Save” button to create the GR.
Step 4: Check the Document
Once the GR is created, you can check that the document is correct by following these steps:
a. Click on the “Document Overview” button at the top of the screen.
b. Check that the document number, material number, and quantity received are correct.
c. If everything is correct, click on the “Posting” button. This will post the GR.
Step 5: Check the Stock Level
After posting the GR, you can check the stock level by following these steps:
a. Navigate to the transaction code MMBE.
b. Enter the material number and plant.
c. The current stock level will be displayed.
Creating GR for a scheduling agreement is an important step in managing procurement in SAP. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can ensure that all terms are met and that your vendors are paid on time.