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AcctngGoodsMovement


The business object Accounting Goods Movement is an object that
is responsible for the consistent updating of a goods movement in Accounting. It portrays a general entry for goods movement in
Accounting.



Integration



In particular, this object is responsible for determining the
components of Accounting in which goods movements are to be updated. It
gives you the opportunity to initiate consistency checks as well as a
corresponding posting in the respective components (delegation).


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Methods

Available Methods


  • Check : Accounting: Check Goods Movement (OAG: POST JOURNAL) [ BAPI_ACC_GOODS_MOVEMENT_CHECK ]
  • CheckReversal : Accounting: Check Goods Movement Reversal (OAG: POST JOURNAL) [ BAPI_ACC_GOODS_MOV_REV_CHECK ]
  • Post : Accounting: Post Goods Movement (OAG: POST JOURNAL) [ BAPI_ACC_GOODS_MOVEMENT_POST ]
  • Reverse : Accounting: Post Goods Movement Reversal (OAG: POST JOURNAL) [ BAPI_ACC_GOODS_MOV_REV_POST ]

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Check

Check


Goods movements result from transactions in the Production (PP) and Sales and Distribution (SD) components, or frominventory postings. In Logistics, they lead to adjustments in warehouse stock in the Inventory Management(MM-IM) application component. This also results in a posting to
Accounting. Therefore, Accounting receives the corresponding data from Logistics.

The Check method ascertains whether the material posting can be made in Accounting.

Example

Consumption of raw materials results in an inventory change posted to
Inventory Management. The posting also transfers to Accounting.

Notes

  • If currency fields are entered in the CurrencyAmount parameter, thedocument is checked completely. Otherwise, only account assignment objects are validated.
  • Messages are returned in the Return parameter. You will find return values and their explanation in the parameter documentation.
  • Further Information

    More information is available in the "Interfaces with Accounting"documentation in the R/3 Library (under Cross Application -> Interfaces with External Systems).


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    CheckReversal

    CheckReversal


    Reversing a goods movement in Accounting.

    Using the method CheckReversal, the system checks whether thecorresponding goods movement in Accounting can be reversed.

    Use method Reverse to carry out the posting.


    Further Information


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    Post

    Post


    Goods movements result from transactions in the Production (PP) and Sales and Distribution (SD) applicationcomponents, or from inventory postings. In Logistics, they lead to adjustments in warehouse stock in the
    Inventory Management (MM-IM) application component. This also results in a posting to Accounting.
    Therefore, Accounting receives the corresponding data from Logistics.

    The Post method carries out the material posting in Accounting.

    Example

    Consumption of raw materials results in an inventory change posted toInventory Management. The posting is also transferred to Accounting.


    Notes

    Messages are returned in the Return parameter. You can find return values and their explanation in the parameter documentation.

    Further Information

    More information is available in the "Interfaces with Accounting"documentation in the R/3 Library (under Cross Application -> Interfaces with External Systems).


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    Reverse

    Reverse


    Reversing a goods movement in Accounting.

    Using method Reverse, the system reverses the corresponding goods movement in the Accounting components.


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