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Dear sir,


we are selling Material SCRAP but to our

scrap dealer & customer which credit limit is "Zero".

My quirey is that system alllow us for billing even the customer has no

balance in its accounts.

Kindly review and analysis this issue .

checked credit limit setting for plant .



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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2014 at 07:03 AM

    Hi Vanita,

    Can you check whether Credit management configuration is already done

    1. Check Assignment of credit control area

    2. Credit check is active at Sales order document type

    3. Check check is active at Item category

    4. whether FD32 is maintained ?

    5. check configuration OVA8 is already in place ?

    please check this basic configuration and revert if still issue persists



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  • Posted on Jun 09, 2014 at 08:31 AM

    Ideally, for scrap dealer, there is no credit limit. Are you sure, your client would like to extend credit facility to a scrap dealer? If so, you need to check in FD32 for that customer. If you are not comfortable in Credit Management, search the forum or Google it so that you will find many documentations.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Former Member

      Dear Sir ,

      please go through this xls where client run the credit limit. i checked all setting for credit management .how can i resolve this issue.


      15.05.2014 15.05.2014 RTGS 2014 -200,000.00 -200,000.00 We can sold upto Rs.200000 Its OK RV 15.05.2014 15.05.2014 S.R.METAL-13.05. 2014 66,608.94 -133,391.06 We can sold upto Rs.200000 but sold 66608.94 balance in hand 133391.06 its OK RV 17.05.2014 17.05.2014 S.R.METAL-13.05. 2014 85,793.39 -47,597.67 We can sold upto Rs.133391.06 but sold Rs.85793.39 balance in hand 47597.67 its OK RV 19.05.2014 19.05.2014 S.R.METAL-13.05. 2014 54,574.39 6,976.72 We can sold upto Rs.47597.67 but sold Rs.54574.39 Excess sold 6976.72 How can Possible? RV 20.05.2014 20.05.2014 S.R.METAL-13.05. 2014 44,088.17 51,064.89 We Can not sold as debit balance Rs. 6976.72 but sold 44088.17 excess sold 51064.89 How can possible? DZ 22.05.2014 22.05.2014 PAY. RECD. 2014 -100,000.00 -48,935.11 Its OK RV 22.05.2014 22.05.2014 S.R.METAL-13.05. 2014 44,921.72 -4,013.39 Its OK
  • Posted on Jun 12, 2014 at 08:16 AM

    See this was just the FBL1n Report for this customer.

    All minus amounts will be the payments from customer

    All positive amounts are business suppose to receive from customer.

    As shared can you please reconfirm your requirement??


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    • Former Member

      Dear sir,

      setting of credit management is running.but only one customer who belong to scrap customer of production server.whose customer credit not set means zero.

      this customer exceed credit limit .system dont through error like "dynamic credit check exceed ".system don't block on delivery or pgi level error its save . on production server not in development .development is ok. its raise error . all setting are same .how i search where is problem between production or development .its very critical.i check sd point of view

      1) In your pricing procedure, SubTotal "A" should have been maintained for basic price

      2) In FD32, for that customer, the field "Credit account" should not have a different code. It can either be blank or the same customer code

      3) In OVA7, for your item category, should have activated for credit check.

      4) In OVFL, check what credit control area is assigned to sales area

      5) In XD02 for that customer code (Payer) check which credit control area is assigned or not means not assign



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