RE: [sap-log-mm] Reverse subcontracting

Posted by Dave Thornburgh (SAP JOAT)
on Dec 1 at 9:09 PM
MMer -

I have a problem with a couple of aspects of Shiva's answer. First, a 561 movement is not a goods issue, and the accounting from it is all wrong for this scenario. Second, valuation of the components would be really off if you issue a PO for the components, but at a price that represents only the labor.

If you want extremely simple, and don't need subcontracting to balance components received against main items issued (or track stock at vendor), then you could simply "sell" the main item to the vendor on a sales order, at a price equal to the value of the components less the value of the labor, and then buy the components back from them at the full value.

Dave

---------------Original Message---------------
From: MMer01
Sent: Thursday, December 01, 2011 7:09 PM
Subject: Reverse subcontracting

Is everyone content with Shiva's answer as a simple solution to the problem? Or does someone see any drawbacks?

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