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IS-U Billing and Invoicing simulation documentsthrough program

Hi Everyone,

I am writing a program to create simulated billing and invoicing documents of multiple months for the consumption I give. To create simulated billing document, I am using rhe function module ISU_SIMULATION_PERIOD_BILL but I can't get any suitable function module to simulate invoicing of multiple simulated billing document.

I found one (ISU_INV_BILLDOC_PROCESSING) but this one dumps error while setting the parameters. there is no documentation as well.

So, can anyone let me know is it possible to carry out invoicing simulation in background and to preview its bill print. Is there any alternative way to create simulated documents through program, please let me know.

Regards,

Abish

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    Posted on Nov 14, 2014 at 09:49 AM

    Hi Abish,

    Have you checked transaction code EA00.

    Also Check FM FKK_INV_ACCASS_FOR_BILLDOC_SIM\ISU_INVOICE_SIM_FOR_BILLDOC for simulating invoice documents.

    Hope it helps

    Thanks,

    Amlan

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    • Former Member

      Hello Amian

      Could you advise me that I got new requirement that client want to release prepaying invoice to customer without any payment . meanwhile once Customer receive invoice they will pay our Client.

      the issue is we won't apply SD module , so can we use simulate invoice to create and release invoice to customers ?

      Thank you !

      Mary

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