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avoid invoice split due to change of address in Sales order

Hello Gurus,

I have one business scenario, where, bill to party address is different in sales order then customer master. Such orders are collectively billed and should generate one invoice. ( all the sales order for a customer have same bill-to party address, bud different from customer master). In standard functionality it will split. I want to avoid split and in invoice bill to party address in sales order should be copied. Is there anybody have similar scenario faced before?

Regards, and thanks in advance,


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  • Posted on Jul 22, 2014 at 10:01 AM

    Check this thread where similar topic was discussed

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Hello Mukul,

      In you case Invoice is split due to different Bill to party address,

      I face almost same issue in my last project in which one user change the Bill to party address after few minutes another user just change the Bill to party address by copy paste from customer master record. when I was checking the Billing split criteria I checked bill to party address and it was same. finally went through Split analysis and came to know Address code is different. when I went further analysis and came to know address was changed once.

      As per standard SAP functionality when ever we create the Sales order/Delivery/Billing system copies the Address code from ADRC of customer master and put the same code in our sales document.

      BUT when we change the address in our sales document it generates new address code. every time it generate new code no matter Address is same or different.

      If you want to avoid Billing address from your split criteria you have to update the Data VBRK/VBRP and copying requirement in copy control.


      Prashant Sharma

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