Difference Between Inventory Audit Report & Inventory Positing List Report

Dear all,
Please tell me the difference  between these twoInventory Audit Report & Inventory Positing List Report, Because I find difference , when observe Closing and Opening Stock Quantity on 1.4.10 audit report showing 610 units but on 1.4.10 posting list showing 973 units of opening stock
Why so happen ? can anybody explain............
Thank you
Komanduri

Hi......
Please read below.....
Inventory Audit:
This report provides an audit trail for the posted inventory transactions in the chart of accounts.
You use this report to make comparisons between the accounting view (inventory balance accounts)
and the logistics view (inventory value displayed by the audit report). The report explains the value changes in inventory accounts.
Inventory Posting List:
The inventory posting list provides an overview of all postings in the system, based on various selection criteria and sort options. You can generate a report for specified warehouses based on one of the following selection criteria:
Item
Business partner
Other: Enables you to specify a selection criterion such as warehouse or sales employee.
Inventory Transfer:
You use this function to transfer inventory from one warehouse to another. An inventory transfer can also be carried out as a consignment for a customer. The items are then stored in the customeru2019s warehouse and are sold from here.
You cannot change the table after it has been added. If you display an existing inventory transfer later on, none of the fields in the table are active.
You can, therefore, only correct an inventory transfer table that has not been entered correctly by entering a compensatory goods movement later.
For more detail please refer help file in SAP.....
Regards,
Rahul

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