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Pengaruh “GR Based Invoice” di Purchasing Order (PO) pada “Enter incoming Invoice” (MIRO)

Pengaruh “GR Based Invoice” di Purchasing Order (PO) pada “Enter incoming Invoice” (MIRO)

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Assalamu’alaikum,,

Selamat Sore…

Semangat SAP! 🙂

Tiada hari tanpa issue, tidak ada issue maka tidak berkembanglah ilmu, tidak ada issue sering kali membuat pikiran “mandeg” dan cenderung membuat “menguap” yah… begitulah memang pekerjaan saya dan teman-teman satu team, “try to solve all SAP users problem” Baru-baru ini, saya mendapati permasalahan dari client saya, pada saat melakukan pencatatn tagihan invoice melalui TCode MIRO, item yang muncul adalah subtotal sesuai dengan seluruh tagihannya (1jt), padahal item yang diterima  (MIGO) secara parsial yaitu ada dua (2) kali penerimaan barang dengan total tagihan 1jt, client saya menginginkan agar item pada MIRO yang muncul adalah sesuai dengan jumlah MIGO (2 item). Sejauh ini yang saya tahu, ada 2 hal ketentuan tentang invoicing pada saat pembuatan PO yang akan mempengaruhi proses MIRO (invoicing), berikut ini detailnya:

  1. Jika di tab Invoice pada saat pembuatan PO “Inv. Receipt” di tick dan “GR-Bsd IV” tidak di tick maka MIRO berdasarkan subtotal invoice
  2. Jika di tab Invoice pada saat pembuatan PO ““Inv. Receipt” dan “GR-Bsd IV” di tick maka MIRO berdasarkan MIGO (Partial).

Perlu sahabat ketahui, bahwa pada saat pembuatan PO, user yang membuat tidak memperhatikan ketentuan ini, karena pada tab invoice ini biasanya sudah di maintain langsung di master data vendor, sehingga secara otomatis ter default ketika membuat PO untuk vendor terkait.  Untuk kasus client saya ini, setelah di analisa terjadi karena pada master data vendor belum di lakukan tick pada box “GR-Bsd IV”. Lalu bagaimana jika tetap menginginkan MIRO sesuai dengan MIGO partial? berikut ini ulasannya 🙂

Trigger

  1. Master data Vendor tidak di maintain (box “GR-Bsd IV tidak di tick)
  2. Pada saat pembuatan PO “GR-Bsd IV tidak di tick

Case Study

  1. Pada saat pembuatan PO box “GR-Bsd IV tidak di tick/check list karena pada master data vendor “GR-Bsd IV” tidak di tick
  2. Barang/material diterima secara partial sebanyak lebih dari satu kali, (MIGO Partial), MIGO periode januari dan februari.
  3. Pada saat MIRO, item yang muncul hanya satu dan amount serta quantity sub total bukan partial berdasarkan MIGO
  4. MIRO akan dilanjutkan jika sesuai dengan material yang datang (MIGO Partial)

Tips

  1. Teliti dalam melakukan transaksi
  2. Agar hal ini tidak terulang kembali maka sebaiknya “GR-Bsd IV” di maintain pada master data vendor.

Completion

  1. Cancel semua MIGO
  2. Edit PO melalui TCode ME22N,
  3. klik pada tab “invoice” kemudian tick “GR-Bsd IV” dan save
  4. lakukan MIGO kembali periode januari dan februaru, (secara partial)*
  5. lakukan MIRO

*MIGO partial bisa dilakukan kembali jika barang terkait tidak berhubungan dengan stock (biasanya yang memiliki kode material), misal barang ini adalah consumable maka akan mudah di cancel dan MIGO kembali asalkan periode masih terbuka, jika tidak dibuka dan hal ini tetap ingin diproses maka bisa menghubungi konsultan masing-masing yang memiliki otorisasi untuk membuka periode sebelumnya.

Finish,

Thank you.

Semoga Bermanfaat.

Salam SAP! 🙂

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Posted by on February 14, 2015 in HOME, SAP, SAP-FICO

 

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Menambah amount invoicing “Subsequent Debit” pada MIRO

Menambah amount invoicing “Subsequent Debit” pada MIRO

Bismillah…

Assalamu’alaikum Sahabat semuanya, semoga dalam keadaan sehat wal’afiat 🙂

Semangat SAP!

Tidak adanya validasi pada proses tertentu sering kali bisa membuat otak kita semakin mengencang, terlebih jika proses ini berkaitan erat dengan proses yang sudah dijalankan sebelumnya, dan ini sering terjadi pada client saya.

Pada bahasan kali ini saya akan mencoba berbagi tentang bagaimana membenahi pencatatan dari sisi accounting jika tiba-tiba terjadi perubahan harga material/barang/jasa pada Purchasing Order (PO).

Trigger

  1. Harga diganti setelah proses MIGO, atau
  2. Harga diganti setelah MIGO dan MIRO selesai.

Case Study

  1. Proses PO (Qty line 10 200, line 20 sebesar 100) sudah dilakukan mulai dari MIGO hingga MIRO
  2. Terjadi perubahan harga pada item ke 10, Total Qty 200 terdapat 2 harga:
    1. 50 EA harga Rp 200 (harga tetap)
    2. 150 EA harga naik menjadi Rp 210
  3. Total MIRO (invoice) item 10 yang sudah diproses adalah 200EA*Rp 200 =Rp 40.000
  4. Total MIRO item 10 setelah kenaikan harga adalah (50*Rp200)+(150*Rp210) =Rp 41.500
  5. Selisih antara Point 3 dan 4 adalah (+) Rp 1.500

Completion

untuk mencatat pertambahan nilai  pada invoice sebesar Rp 1.500 maka bisa menggunakan TCode MIRO dan pilih subsequent debit, perlu diketahui bahwa penambahan saat MIRO subs. ini tidak akan menambah ke account Jurnal GR/IR seperti MIRO invoicing biasa.

  1. Buka Tcode MIRO dan sub Transaction pilih subsequent debit lakukan step seperti biasanya, pada kolom amount isi 1.500, lanjutkan seperti proses MIRO invoice kemudian post.
  2. miro subJika dilihat di ME23N untuk melihat purchasing history akan terlihat seperti layar di bawah
  3. POH
  4. Buka FB03 untuk melihat jurnal yang terbentuk dari MIRO subsequent debit seperti berikut iniFB03Posting Key (PK) 31 adalah untuk account VendorPosting Key (PK) 89 adalah untuk account inventory
    Posting Key (PK) 40 adalah untuk pajak masukan
  5. Untuk memastikan apakah hasil posting ini, tidak akan mempengaruhi stock maka bisa dilihat di TCode MMBE
  6. Cek pergerakan harga pada TCode MM03 buka tab accounting 1, lihat di total value maka akan bertambah

Selesai, 🙂

Semoga bermanfaat,

Salam SAP!

 
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Posted by on February 11, 2015 in HOME, SAP-FICO

 

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English Expression

Hello!

How are you?

Are you ready to learn some English today?

If we or someone else hasn’t done something for a very long time, we can say, “It’s about time”.

For example:It’s about time I went to the hairdresser’s; my hair is too long!

It’s about time you cleaned your room; it’s very dirty!

Note that the verb after “It’s about time” is in the past simple. This structure indicates that something should be done and it’s already a bit late.

Let’s take a look at some other idioms containing the word “time”.

Time flies means time passes very quickly.
For example: Time flies when you’re having fun.

in the nick of time means just before it is too late or just in time.
For example: My team scored just in the nick of time, during the last minute of the game.

spare time means free time.
For example: I go to the cinema and read in my spare time.

as time goes by means as time passes.
For example: As time has gone by, I have become less and less interested in politics.

Going back to the phrase “It’s about time“, if there’s anything you would like to do that you haven’t done in a long time, you can do so if you have some spare time this weekend.

Best wishes,

Graham www.abaenglish.com

 
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Posted by on February 9, 2015 in ABAENGLISH, ENGLISH, HOME

 

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Homophones

Today we’re going to look at some homophones, i.e. words that are spelt differently and have different meanings but which sound the same.

Let’s start by looking at “see” and “sea“.

“to see” is a verb meaning “to notice people and things with your eyes”.

Look at the following examples:

I am going to see my parents tomorrow. I can see you!

A sea is “a large area of salt water”.

Here is an example:

I love swimming in the sea.

“to see” is a verb of the senses.

Another verb of the senses, “to hear“, is pronounced in the same way as a different word: “here“.

Let’s now look at “hear” and “here”.

“to hear” is a verb meaning “to be aware of a sound through your ears”.

For example,

Can you hear me?

“here” is an adverb meaning “in or towards this place”.

Look at the following two examples:

Please come here. He’s well known around here.

Now we’re going to look at the opposite of “here”: “there”.

The words “there” and “their” are homophones.

“there” is an adverb meaning “to/at/in that place”.

Here is an example with “there”:

Put the remote control there, on the table.

“their” is a possessive adjective. It indicates that something belongs to a group of people, animals or things.

Look at the following examples:

It’s their book, not mine! Kangaroos carry their babies around in a pouch.

I hope you find this message useful and that you have a great weekend.

Best wishes,

Graham ABAENGLISH Teacher

 
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Posted by on February 7, 2015 in ABAENGLISH, ENGLISH, HOME

 

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Inspirational Quotes

I hope all’s well with you and that you have learnt a lot of English recently.

Even if you are finding some of the grammar or vocabulary hard, don’t give up!

Today I’m going to show you some nice inspirational quotes.

First let’s look at a quote by Audrey Hepburn, one of my favourite actresses:

Nothing is impossible, the word itself says “I’m possible”.

The quote is a pun based on the similarity in spelling between “impossible” and “I’m possible”.

Now we are going to look at another quote. This one is by the former US President Ronald Reagan:

We can’t help everyone, but everyone can help someone.

Remember that “everyone” (or “everybody”) means “all people” and “someone” (or “somebody”) means “a person”.

Now let’s look at an inspirational quote by Steve Jobs:

Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life.

In this quote we can see the word “else”.

someone/somebody else = another person (apart from the one already mentioned)

somewhere else = another place (apart from the one already mentioned)

everyone/everybody else = all people (apart from the one already mentioned)

Look at some examples with these words:

James didn’t break the window; someone else did.

I don’t want to go to France again this summer; I want to go somewhere else.

I don’t like chocolate but everyone else loves it!

Look at this last quote by Sophocles:

Always desire to learn something useful.

Learning English is definitely useful in today’s world!

I hope these quotes inspire and motivate you.

Graham www.abaenglish.com

 
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Posted by on February 7, 2015 in ABAENGLISH, ENGLISH, HOME

 

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Used to and to be used to

I just want to share about some of materials that I had gotten from my teacher in American British Academy (ABA) English, Mr. Graham, I am very glad to know him, and thank you very much for all the thing that you share to me.
I wish it’s can be useful for all of you and too me 🙂

Just click here for further information.

Look at the following sentences:

When she was little, she used to play with dolls.

He is used to getting up early. He doesn’t find it hard.

They have finally got used to living together.

All the sentences contain “used to” but they have different meanings.

In English, we use the structure “used to” + the base form of the verb to indicate that something happened in the past but no longer happens.

In questions and negative sentences, we put “use” NOT “used”.

Look:

Did you use to like school when you were little?
No, I didn’t use to like school; in fact, I hated it!

We use the structures “to be used to” + a noun / a verb in the -ing form (a gerund) to indicate that we are accustomed to or familiar with something or with doing something having experienced it or done it several times before.

Look at some more examples:

It took me a while, but I’m now used to the computer software we have to use at work.

He’s still not used to working until 10pm.

She wasn’t used to English weather!

They were used to working from Monday to Friday, not at the weekends.

We use the structures “to get used to” + a noun / a verb in the -ing form (a gerund) to indicate that we become accustomed to or familiar with someone or with doing something so that the thing or activity no longer seems strange or unusual.

Here are some more examples:

He has never got used to living alone.

At first the job may seem difficult but you will soon get used to it.

Have you got used to driving on the right yet?

I am getting used to getting up early for my new job.

When you worked as a war photographer, did you ever get used to the violence you saw?

 
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Posted by on February 7, 2015 in ABAENGLISH, ENGLISH

 

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How to Cancel Shipment and Shipment Costs in SAP

How to Cancel Shipment and Shipment Costs in SAP

Pengertian shipment  (VT02N) dalam SAP menurut hemat saya, secara sederhananya ialah TCode yang berisi informasi tentang pengiriman barang yang di export mulai dari tipe pengiriman, nomor container, nama perusahaan jasa pengiriman yang digunakan, rute pengiriman sampai detail informasi tanggal dan waktu pengiriman. sedangkan shipment cost  (VI02) berisikan tentang jumlah pembayaran atas jasa pengiriman yang dilakukan (biaya pengiriman). Pembahasan ini sebenarnya bukan di ranah FICO akan tetapi kebanyakan ada di ranah SD atau OTC (Order To Cash), namun saya sengaja menyelipkan disini karena biasanya yang memiliki masalah adalah user Finance/Accounting yang kesulitan melacak dokumen hasil Shipment Cost karena belum terbentuknya dokumen akunting yang root cause  nya (biasanya) ada di SD 🙂 .

Trigger

Ada banyak penyebab dilakukannya cancel Shipment atau Shipment Cost menurut beberapa pengalaman yang terjadi diantaranya adalah sebagai berikut:

  1. Biaya pengiriman di maintain setelah Shipment dibuat, sehingga pada saat Shipment Cost dibuat dokumen accounting tidak terbentuk,
  2. Salah input data pada saat shipment (VT01N) dibuat, misalnya: salah input Transportplan, Shipment Type, dll dan shipment cost sudah dibuat namun belum terbentuk dokumen accounting.
  3. dan berbagai trigger lainnya.

Tips

hati-hati dalam melakukan input dan perhatikan semua data yang diperlukan.

Case Study

User membuat Shipment dan Shipment Cost, status sudah ditransfer dan terbentuk dokumen accounting, namun  transportPlan yang dipilih salah.

Completion

langkah yang dilakukan untuk menyelasaikan kasus seperti di atas adalah sebagai berikut:

  1. Cancel Shipment Cost (VI02) > Buka Shipment Cost > double click on “net value” as below pictureuwi
  2. Tick “cancelation” and click “save” icon
    VI02 2
  3. Cancel Shipment Cost (VT02N) > open Shipment Cost Number > uncheck All (Shipment Completion till Planning or uncheck from bottom to up) click icon “tong sampah”

vt02n

  1. Lakukan Shipement ulang (VT01N)  dengan menggunakan data yang benar (pilih transportplan) yang sesuai
  2. Lakukan Shipment Cost ulang (VI01)
  3. Dokumen accounting terbentuk > lakukan proses selanjutnya (MIRO Shipment Cost)

Finish

Semoga bermanfaat 🙂

Thanks,

 
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Posted by on February 3, 2015 in SAP-FICO

 

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