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IV30300 Inv Trans History file-explanation of a field

IV30300 Inv Trans History file-explanation of a field

IV30300 Inv Trans History file-explanation of a field

(OP)
Presently creating a VIEW using file IV30300.

Field equiv:

HSTMODUL = BOM
DOCTYPE = 7

I know that this shows the quantities that are used in a BOM which would be shown by example:  -1080 TRXWTY whick I understand as 1080 pieces were used to build a BOM and then deducted from inventory.

However I do notice that some quantities are a positive value. Would anyone know why this is?

Thanks for your help
Mark

Mark
Email:  markanas333@hotmail.com

RE: IV30300 Inv Trans History file-explanation of a field

Positive values in IV30300 can be a Return, Transfer, FG increase or Receipts.

In your case since you have raw materials decreasing in IV30300 then the increase means Finished Goods were posted.

RE: IV30300 Inv Trans History file-explanation of a field

The positive values in IV30300 can be the following:
Inventory Return, Finished Goods posting, Inventory Transfer.

In your case since there's decrease adjustments for Raw Materials,  it should be FG posted.

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