Manual G/L postings for COGS in third party sales

Hello,
I have a scenario where we have the COGS G/L which is blocked for Manual postings. Now in case of a Third party sales scenario when the PO is created from the Sales order it is a account assigned PO so the G/L determined from GBB- VAX is the COGS G/L. But now as this G/L is locked for manual posting I am not able to process the PO.
Is there anyway I can bypass this lock for this particular scenario.
Kindly advise,
Points will be awarded,
Thanks

Hi,
Create a new G/L account for COGS -THIRD PARTY SALES
but don’t select the check box "automatic postings only" & save the G/L account.
Now assign the same G/L account in VAX- GBB  in OBYC.
Hope it will work for you and then reward.
Regards,
Biju K

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    assign Purchase org to plant,
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    6. Vendor delivers the goods and raises bill to company. MM receives the invoice MIRO
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    DN Number
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    Date of Production
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    Check the box
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    Purchase Order Number (bottom half of the screen)
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    State the baseline date
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    *Invoice blocked due to date variance
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    In the order screen , go to the menu Sales Document , select "Deliver"
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    State the qty and save
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    y - The customer
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    Now at the same time he also creates a PO to a vendor Z to produce the goods
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    The next step for X is to create an invoice and submit to Y
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    Unfortunately, all the steps need to be performed to close the status. I think even giving tolerances will not close the status. If it is a regular sale order, a small BDC program may be written to change the sale order quantity to match the invoice quantity. Since its a third party and there are too many documents which are involved in the process using ABAP programs is not a convenient option.
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