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PA segment in the invoice is taken from Sales Order

Hello,

According how our system is now, the PA segment in the invoice is taken from Sales Order. However we have changed the PA derivation in KEDR according to a validation date since 01.01.2014.

Is there any configuration in SPRO in order to avoid the PA segment in the nvoice does not consider the PA segment in the Sales Order?

The goal is to get that the invoices recorded in 2014 with a Sales Order in 2013 have the imputation valid for 2014.

Kind Regards

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  • Posted on Jan 08, 2014 at 06:19 PM

    Hi Jorge

    The system behaviour is correct...

    It seems in your system, either the account based COPA is active OR the transfer of sales orders to COPA is active.. Hence, the PSG is determined during Sales Order itself and the same is passed on for future transactions

    I see 2 possibilities to derive the correct PSG in COPA doc

    1. Note 79847 - This note updates the PSG in Sales orders

    2. Use Transaction VOFM to create a data transport routine (e.g. 600) or enhance the routine you already use . Then enter that routine in the relavant operation in copying control. With this, Prof segment is redetermined during billing

    Br, Ajay M

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