This identifies where part of the quantity from the goods reception item (SSA-item) is forwarded to the supplier invoice (SIN-item).

How can we identify supplier invoices where quantity has been changed after forwarding from another document?

In case some quantity is forwarded to the supplier invoice, and on the invoice the quantity is increased, the goods reception item (SSA-Item) will still be open. 

It is possible to filter supplier invoice items (SIN-Items) where the quantity is increased after being forwarded from the goods reception item (SSA-item) by using the following filters:


SINITEM;SRCQTY="1",QTY>1"   (SRCQTY = SourceQuantity). 

SRCQTY = 1, identifies 1 quantity that has been transported from a previous document to a supplier invoice (SIN).

QTY to> 1, identifies if the quantity (QTY) has been changed from 1 (since it was 1 in SourceQuantity) to a higher quantity on the supplier invoice (SIN)

This lists supplier items (SIN-items), which during transport had 1 in quantity but where the quantity has subsequently been set to higher than 1 on the supplier invoice item.


Another option is to search in the SSAITEM application and compare the columns for 'Quantity' and 
'Not invoiced quantity' for 'items pending supplier invoice'.  

Revision History log

Changing quantity (QTY) on a supplier invoice item (SIN-item) in status 1 will not be logged in Revision history. Status 1 is an editing mode, and changes made in various fields while in this status are not logged. 

How can we close the remaining quantity on the goods reception item (SSA-Item) in these cases? 

If the quantity is changed on the supplier invoice item (SIN-item) instead of transporting the total quantity from the Goods reception item (SSA-item),

the remaining quantity on the goods reception item (SSA-item) will have to be closed without invoice on the goods reception item (SSA-item).

This to avoid an outstanding value in the Product Account Transaction (PAT), which gives you a provision on your balance account.