3 Replies Latest reply: Jun 15, 2009 5:13 PM by raghavendra sai RSS

Tolerance Keys BR & BW

ASHOK RAJ
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Hi,

 

Can anyone please explain me the use of Invoice Blocking Tolerance Keys BR & BW?

Will be a great help if you can send me the link of any material on these tolerance keys.  In the standard documents on tolerance keys, nothing explained about BR & BW.

 

BW- Percentage OPUn variance (IR before GR)

BR- Percentage OPUn variance (GR before IR)

 

Thanks in advance.

  • Re: Tolerance Keys BR & BW
    Abdul Rasheed
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    Hello Ashok,

    BR: Percentage OPUn variance (IR before GR)

    The system calculates the percentage variance between the following ratios: quantity invoiced in order price quantity units : quantity invoiced in order units and quantity ordered in order price quantity units : quantity ordered in order units. The system compares the variance with the upper and lower percentage tolerance limits.

     

    Example:

    PO         100 KG (order unit)   ->     1 PC (order price unit)

    Invoice    80 KG                     ->     1 PC

     

    1PC / 80 KG               1 PC / 100 KG (base)

    80%                          100 %

     

       -> this means 20% variance

     

     

    BW: Percentage OPUn variance (GR before IR)

    The system calculates the percentage variance between the following ratios: quantity invoiced in order price quantity units: quantity invoiced in order units and goods receipt quantity in order price quantity units : goods receipt quantity in order units. The system compares the variance with the upper and lower percentage limits defined.

     

     

    Hope this clears

    Arshad

    • Re: Tolerance Keys BR & BW
      ASHOK RAJ
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      Hi Arshad,

       

      Thanks for your reply.  As far as I know,

       

      quantity ordered in order price quantity units -> taken from PO

      quantity ordered in order units -> taken from PO

      quantity invoiced in order units -> taken from invoice document

      goods receipt quantity in order units -> taken from material document

       

      From where the following two data are taken and how/when is it captured in SAP:

      quantity invoiced in order price quantity units

      goods receipt quantity in order price quantity units

  • Re: Tolerance Keys BR & BW
    raghavendra sai
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    Hi,

     

    These tolelerance keys will be used when there exists a differrance in the Order Unit and its Order price unit.suppose if the PO is ordered for 10kg and if there exists price for 1 pc.( for this to happen a valid conversion need to be there in mmr).

    If this is the case and if the GR is done before the IR, BR- Percentage OPUn variance will come into.

    If IR is done before GR ,BW- Percentage OPUn variance (IR before GR) , will come into.

     

    1.BR: Percentage OPUn variance (IR before GR)

    The system calculates the percentage variance between the following ratios: quantity invoiced in order price quantity units : quantity invoiced in order units    and quantity ordered in order price quantity units : quantity ordered in order units. The system compares the variance with the upper and lower percentage tolerance limits.

     

    Ex: for the above example given :if invoice is done before GR and in PC for say 10pc(for a PO ordered for 10kg)/ qty invoiced in PO units ....say KG ......( if PO is for 10kg at 1RS per PC privided 1.5kG=1PC  and for this PO it will be 1kg = 1/1.5 pc    and for 10KG = 10/1.5  = 6.66666PC approx ,and invoice is for 6 pc  at 6 RS.)

     

    BW: Percentage OPUn variance (GR before IR)

    The system calculates the percentage variance between the following ratios: quantity invoiced in order price quantity units: quantity invoiced in order units and goods receipt quantity in order price quantity units : goods receipt quantity in order units. The system compares the variance with the upper and lower percentage limits defined.

     

    I have tried to explan hope this may clear your doubt.

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