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cost of sales in deferred billing

HI all,

i have problems about the argoment in the object.

I don't know why SAPB1 when i go to make deferred billing change my cost of sales using

the configured cost in the initial parameters.

This sound foul because i think that the program has to respect the cost story of the product.

Is there a solution? Or have i to do a strong customization ??


N.D'Agostino

IT Manager

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 23, 2014 at 10:23 PM

    Hi,

    In my opinion, cost of sales may only be booked based on the time of your posting. I would doubt you can even complete the task by your strong customization. If you can, please show the result here after you have done it.

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2014 at 03:30 PM

    Hi Gordon,

    first of all let me thank you for your answer.

    But I think I've not explained good what I meant.

    Let's make an example:

    Delivery

    Date: 20/01/2014

    Item sold: 10001

    Qty sold: 100

    Price: 7€

    Cost of sales: 5,2€

    Gross Profit: 1,8€

    Then at the end of the month I go to make deferred invoice of that delivery.

    The problem is that my item has changed cost: from 5,2 to 5,5.

    Invoice

    Date: 31/001/2104

    Item:10001

    Qty: 100

    Price: 7€

    Cost of sales: 5,5€

    Gross Profit: 1,5€

    Is there a way to avoid this ?

    In my invoice I WANT Gross Profit: 1,8€ as historical price e not 1,5€

    Thanks in advance

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