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Cancellation invoice

Hi While cancelling the billing in VF11 I am getting an error NO BILLING DOCUMENT WAS GENERATED. This is for delivery free of charged goods. Please reply. Thanks

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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 06:04 AM

    Ramesh,

    For your process of Delivery free of charge, is a billing document created?

    Please past the document flow of Delivery free of charge.

    And past the screenshot of VF11 with the billing document which you want to cancel.

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    Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 06:38 AM

    HI Rameh,

    If you see the Document flow, which clearly says status"Cleared".. that means no financial documents has been generated, due to free of charge invoice. i.e. you are getting this error. I expect system is working very fine.. could you tell me the reason behind cancellation of this free of charge invoice...

    Regards

    Jagadeesh

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    • Jagadeesh,

      status"Cleared".. that means no financial documents has been generated,


      What do you mean by financial document? & What do you mean by no financial document generated?


      The accounting document is there in the document flow. & it has status cleared.


      Side comment - It is a good question about the reason for cancelling the billing document, in the Free of Delivery process.

  • Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 06:43 AM

    Have you used FD(Free of charge/Samples) as sales document type???If So Why Billing???

    Your screen shot showing that Accounting document cleared--then why cancel??

    Phanikumar

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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 08:26 AM

    Hi Ramesh,

    In your case already Accounting document is cleared , so you can not cancel billing document because in Billing Type, you assigned Copy Requirement "29"

    First reverse the Cleared Accounting document with the help of FI people, Once Accounting document status is Not cleared then you can able to Cancel the billing document



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  • Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 11:09 AM

    Hi,

    May I know ,what is the billing type ,you are using here .

    Does billing document is having any net value?

    If you are using F5 or F8 then we can cancel them thru VF02.

    Note:Even if billing document is cleared ,we can cancel.

    Thanks,

    Naren


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    • Dear naren--is it recommendable to cancel one billing doc--with its accounting document in CLEARED status?

      Dear Members--what was the suggested procedure by SAP in this given situation--In SCN only i studied that, first we need to cancel accounting Doc first---then only Billing cancel.

      Experts--help.

      Phanikumar

  • Posted on Dec 23, 2013 at 01:31 PM

    Ramesh,

    Did you try what Mahesh has mentioned?

    I do agree with him, Since routine 29 is assigned to billing ZFF9 in VOFA, you can't cancel the invoice until the accounting document is reversed.

    Routine 29 clearly says below you can check the same

    First Accounting document should be reversed then you can cancel the invoce.

    Thanks,

    Srinu.


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