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Service PO value amended after invoice is done

Dear All

I have scenarios and I want to understand how this has happened. My understanding was system would not allow this.

The PO was created with an AED 10,130,000.00 and invoice posting was done for AED 10,125,956.70 and the balance to be paid AED 4,043.30.

But when I tried to amend (reducing) the service PO value to 10125956.50, the systems allow me to reduce 35666 AED.

PO Value : 10,130,000.00

Invoice Created : 10,125,956.70

PO value amended to 10,094,332.14

Could you please advise, as the system should not allow values to be deducted for what has been paid.

Regards

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  • Posted on May 22, 2013 at 04:27 PM

    Hi,

    What is the value with service entry sheet created of your service order?

    You have following options:

    Option-1:

    1.Considering you have service order AED 10,130,000.00
    2.Done service entry sheet of value AED 10,130,000.00
    3.Invoice posting was done for AED 10,125,956.70
    Now do "Subsequent Debit" in MIRO t.code for value AED 4,043.30 with your service order.

    Option-2:

    You can keep Changeability Indicator 1 in release indicator design in release procedure for purchase order that plays a vital role in designing of release procedure which act as once purchase order released -can not be changed further.

    For example:

    ReleaseIndicator ..Released ..Changeability ..Value change % ...........Description

    B ...................................................................................................PO Blocked


    R..............................X..................1................................................PO Released

    Regards,

    Biju K

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