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Title: MB1A_Goods_Issue_Via_MIGO Category 1 : Category 2 :

MB1A_Goods_Issue_Via_MIGO

MB1A

Purpose Use this procedure to perform a Goods Issue on a work order via the MIGO transaction code. Trigger Perform this procedure when you receive a signed material request for a needed item(s). Prerequisites (1)You will need to know the work order number Next you will need to first make areservation via the work order.9transaction code IW32) Write the reservation number down on the material request. You can also copy & paste the reservation number to save from typing in reservation number in the reservation field in the MIGO transaction. (2) The material(s) must be currently be in your SAP inventory. (3) You will need funds in your cost center and in the correct GL account (normally 4510)to be at least equal to the amount of material to be consumed. Menu Path Use the following menu path(s) to begin this transaction: • • Select MIGO to go to the Goods Issue screen. Select you may need use the dropdown menu to adjust the first field from Goods Receipt to Goods Issue.

Transaction Code MB1A Helpful Hints (1)You should perform the Goods Issue as soon as possible to eliminate thechance of the material request of getting lost. (2)You should always verify the work order in SAP before performing the Goods Issue to ensure the correct work order gets charged out and the maintenance records are accurate. (3) Always write the Goods Issue document number on the material request. (4) You should perform a weekly spot check especially on high moving items to verify your stock level inis agreement with the SAP count. Procedure

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Start the transaction using the menu path or transaction code MIGO.

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SAP Easy Access

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As required,complete the following field: Field Name Transaction Code R/O/C R Description Description of the Transaction Code. Example: MIGO

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Click on this icon .The screen below appears. The system may have defaulted to the last transaction you performed in SAP as seen in the screen below. So you may need to adjust the field by using the dropdown menu.

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Goods Receipt Purchase Order - MARK SPRADO

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Your screen should look like this. Goods Issue in the first field. Then next field should display Reservation – Your name

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As required, complete the following fields: Field Name Reservation Material Slip Doc.Header Text R/O/C R O O Description Description of the Reservation. Example: 966633 enter in yourreservation number. Description of the Material Slip. Example: Issued on 5/25/2006 (free text for you to use) Description of the Doc.Header Text. Example: From the Toolroom (free text for you to use
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Title: MB1A_Goods_Issue_Via_MIGOCategory 1 : Category 2 :

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.Click on this icon

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As required, complete the following fields: Field Name Goods Recipient Unloading Point Text R/O/C R R O Description Description of the Goods Recipient. Example: Mark Sprado Description of the Unloading Point. Example: Maintenance School or project name Description of the Text. Example: Recd A signed material request on 5/25/2006...
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