Individual purchase order with subcontracting material

Hi all,
I've implemented a individual purchase order in a sale order by means of 'TAB' category item. The material has been set as 'subcontracting'.
When I create the sale order, a purchase requisition is automatically created with M imputation and special stock 'E'.
Once I create, the purchase order with reference to purchase requisition, I set 'L' category item. Then I save the purchase order.
In order to simplify the flowchart, the vendor has enough stock to manufacture the required material.
Then, Tx. MIGO, stock input with reference to purchase order.
For the FERT material --> movement 101 E + is set.
For the component --> movement 121 E - is set.
How can I obtain 121 'O' - movement for components in order to decrease SC vendor stock?
Thank you very much in advance for your support.
Best regards,
Alberto Ramos.

Dear Charlie,
Thank you very much for your response. As you comment, I made a mistake with the number of movement. Certainly the movement for raw material consumption is 543.
I have executed the flowchart you describe. In your case, an independent subcontracting purchase order is done. This flowchart works correctly (with the results you comment. Actually the raw consumption are related to mov. 543 O -).
The problem is when purchse order is related to a sales order. That is:
1. Sale order TA with only one position material A. Category item 'TAB'.
2. Material master for material A --> MRP 2 view --> Special procurement field: 30 - Subcontracting
3. An automatic purchase requisition is created (thanks to 'TAB' category item, schedule line, ...)
4. Tx. ME21N --> I create a purchase order with reference purchase requisition:
    4.1. Account assignment category field is set to 'M' from sales order / purchse requisition
    4.2. I manually set Item category field to 'L' for indicating subcontracting (I don't force this to be 'L' from sales order / purchase requisition because I need to use the same flowchart for subcontracting and not subcontracting materials)
5. Tx. MIGO
    5.1. For Fert material the system executes mov. 101 E +  (as in your description)
    5.2. For raw materials the system exectures mov. 543 E - ( instead of 543 O -). I would like to obtain the reduction of subcontracting stock, because this material is in my center but povided to SC manufacturer.
Should I do a 'Subsequent adjustment' by means of Tx. MIGO the movement are:
  - FERT material 121 E - (depending on adjustment)
  - Raw materials 543 E - (again 'E' instead of 'O' which is the result I would like to obtain).
I will very much appreciate your comments.
Thank you again,

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    I have check on the note, but it is not relevant to ecc6. The current system default setting is :
    Standrad setting for reqt class 046
    Special Stock E
    Acct Assgt Cat. M
    Valuation M
    Settlmt Profile SD1
    However if I change the Acct Assgt Cat. from M to E. It resolve the problem. I would like to know is this the right solution?
    Config in Acct Assgt M
    Consumption Posting = E
    Config in Acct Assgt E
    Consumption Posting = '  '
    In F1 key of Consumption Posting field it shown following:
    To flag the sales order item as cost- and revenue-carrying, enter an "E" (settlement via sales order).
    If you do not wish to flag the sales order item as cost- and revenue-carrying, do not enter anything.
    If you are working with nonvaluated sales order stock, always flag the sales order item as cost- and revenue-carrying.
    If you are working with valuated sales order stock:
      In the case of complex make-to-order production, flag the sales order item as cost- and revenue-carrying
      In the case of sales-order-related mass production, do not flag the sales order item as cost- and revenue-carrying
    Should we change to E?

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