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The most easiest physical inventory transation code MI10 in the history

SAP’s standard physical inventory process is to create physical inventory document, print physical inventory document, enter counting results, and finally clear the difference. This standard process is too complex in the actual operation of some enterprises, and the workload of business personnel on the system is too large.

 

Therefore, SAP provides a transaction code MI10 that simplifies the system operation. It takes the three core steps of physical inventory document creation, result entry and variance posting as one step, which is very practical!

 

For example, below material batch stock data within plant code NM03, storage location 0001. The booking inventory is 990 EA.

 

Suppose after counting, we found that actual inventory quantity is 992 EA for the material batch 555/0000000377 in the plant NM03 storage location 0001.

 

 

Then we can execute the transaction code MI10 to clear the difference. See below screenshot:

 

Input the plant code and storage location, Enter click key,

 

Input the material number, batch number, actual quantity, then post.

 

SAP create the physical inventory document 100000023, fill the counting result and clear the difference automatically, and generated material document 4900001733.

 

 

 

MI03 to display the physical inventory document,

 

 

MIGO to display the material document generated by transaction code MI10,

 

The movement type is 701, represents inventory profit.

 

 

 

Then check the inventory using MMBE,

 

 

The booking inventory of this material batch was updated into 992 EA.

 

The  blog intend to introduce the transaction code MI10 in physical inventory process. This is the easies way to conduct physical inventory transation in SAP system, can help business team to reduce the workload of system operation in SAP system.

 

 

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