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SAP VIM-- Line Item Determination for PO invoices

Hi Experts,

Thanks in advance. We have a situation in our client where we have Legacy system which will generate PO's and interface to SAP .

Generally on the PO we have SAP data and on the Invoice we might have legacy data or the Vendor data. As per standard Open Text VIM functionality, We will compare certain fields ( matching criteria) in the Invoice and PO and we will choose either the OCR line or the MIRO proposal lines (or) overwrite MIRO proposal Amount and Quantity with the OCR Anount and Quantity.

Problem : The Invoices we get wont have any matching criteria on the invoice lines to compare with PO lines .

So we are looking for the other options on how we can compare the Invoice lines with PO lines and finally post it in MIRO automatically.

Is it possible to do PO line determination with out having a matching criteria at all?

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