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Automatic credit release after payment done

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My client wants to automatically release the credit block after posting customer payment. Thus, the user does not need to manually go to VKM1/VKM3 t code and release the order. Is this possible in standardr SAP? or do I need help from an abaper ?

thanks in advance

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  • Posted on Jul 17, 2014 at 11:29 AM

    Hi Hussain,

    You can run the program RVKRED06 program during non-peak hours after the incoming payments program so that the SD documents credit status changes automatically.

    Please refer the below link as well for the programs in credit management,


    Sethu M

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  • Posted on Jul 17, 2014 at 11:49 AM

    Can you retest this process as I believe once payment updation is made, the same would get updated in FD33 also. This means, ideally, there is no need to release sale orders once again. Please test this and update your findings.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Hi,

      As per Credit Setting if the Payment received from the Customer updated in SAP system the credit exposure gets tallied and resets itself in FD33 transaction.

      But for already blocked sales orders either you need to release it in VKM3 or run the report


      This RVKRED07 you can run it for a single customer with selected settings.

      This RVKRED07 updates the S066 and S067 info structure pertaining to Credit limit.

      But as per my knowledge it will not suffice for already blocked Sales Orders. Kindly do check and confirm.



  • Posted on Jul 17, 2014 at 11:00 AM

    Dear Hussain ...

    as per my knowledge After payment from the customer automatic Credit Block remove Not possible , so you have to concern Abapers .

    Thanks a lot

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