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Credit Management

Dear All,

Please find the attachment of OVA8 screen shot,Check the configuration ,My doubt is how the system is checking different checks at the time of order processing(oldest open item,Open item & Dynamic credit check),Why different checks required for one credit control area .

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    Posted on Jul 21, 2014 at 02:45 PM

    Hi Ravi,

    SAP has provided different types of Credit Checks to facilitates different business requirements

    Taking your screenshot as Example

    1. Dynamic Credit Check: Open Orders+Open Deliveries+Open Billing Documents+ Horizon Period.
    2. Open Items: Over Due Open items check is based on ratio of open items are overdue by certain number of days and Maximum open percentage. Customer balance must not exceed certain percentage.
    3. Oldest Open Items: old open items which pending for payments and number of days, As you mentioned in the above screenshot as "0" with above setting system will behave as below

    Ex: customer has a credit limit and has payment terms as " immediate payment without deductions" and customer has invoice with billing date as 21.07.2014. His net due date will become as 21.07.2014 because his payment terms. There is no payment has been received on 21.07.2014. User has again trying to create a sales order for the same customer, system will now throw an error saying "Oldest Open Items Overdue"

    This is purely based on Business requirement apart standard credit checks, SAP also provided some user exits for user defined checks if standards doesnt match with business requirement we can use our own(business) defined checks.

    In my project, we are using 2 types of checks. 1. Dynamic 2. Oldest Open Items

    Hope I have answered your query.

    Regards

    Kamal


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