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Invoice posting via Invoic01 idoc

Hi All,

The requirement is to post the invoice equal to PO qty * Price per unit into the PO and freight charges into a separate GL account. Doing this using MRIO is easy because here we have a separate tab of "GL account" along with "PO Reference" and "Material" , but how to achieve it using Invoic01 idoc??

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    Former Member
    May 29, 2013 at 10:30 AM

    Hi Nitesh,

    It seems SAP standard IDOC INVOIC01 does not have segment for G/L account and Material posting as Incoming invoice from Vendor will always need to be post with reference to document ( PO , Delivery note, Bill of ladding ect ) and not directly to G/L account or material.

    If you want you can use the BAPI IncomingInvoice . In this BAPI there are separate segment for Material and G/L account posting.

    Amit.


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    • Former Member SAP MM Learner

      Hi,

      You need to ask your technical consultant ( Abapper ) to develop the program  and use this BAPI to post the Invoice. You can't directly use the BAPI to post any transaction.

      Technical consultant have better idea to use the BAPI in the program

      Amit.

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    Former Member
    May 29, 2013 at 10:55 AM

    Hello,

    Why you want to use material/ GL tab in MIRO ?

    If you are using freight and same can be posted to separate Freight clearing GL account automatically during MIRO based on the accruals key assignment in your Calculation schema.

    Thanks n Regards,

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    • Former Member SAP MM Learner

      Hello Nitesh,

      Please check your GR accounting document postings.

      Whether the Freight value is loaded to your inventory ?

      Since you are entering the amount in the PO conditions tab, normally the total amount freight amount will be loaded to your stock a/c and offsetting entry will be posted to your freight clearing account.

      The same freight clearing G/L will get credited at the time of MIRO.

      Please check and revert.

      Regards,