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Fixed Value Date - Billing Document


I have a combined billing Idoc which carries around 17 SO. But the Invoice get split in to two, once has 16 SO and another one has 1 SO. When I checked the header data of both the billing documents, I found FIXED VALUE DATE is empty in one SO and another one has value in it which is same as billing date. Please tell me the logic behind this Fixed Value date. As I am a beginner and ABAPer, please explain me why it gets empty and also if possible please let me know if there is any standard function module or program which calculates this Fixed value date for invoice.


Hariny S

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  • Posted on Mar 16, 2015 at 12:06 PM

    Predominantly, this Fixed Value Date would be entered manually in Sale Order. So first check the related sale order for change log by executing VA02 where from top menu bar, click on "Environment > Changes". If you feel that system has fetched the Fixed Value Date automatically, then check the condition record in VK12 for that condition type where if you click the "Additional data", you can see this field. If any value is maintained, then from here only, system would be fetching automatically.

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  • Posted on Mar 29, 2015 at 07:19 AM

    Hi Hariny,

    In the SAP standard coding, the field Fixed value date(VBRK-VALDT) is filled from the
    sales order (VBKD-VALDT):

    Include LV60AA93
    FORM vbrk_vbrp_fuellen.

    * Fuellen Fakturakopf

    MOVE-CORRESPONDING vbkd TO vbrk. <<<

    If in your case the field VBKD-VALDT is empty in the sales order,
    and "randomly" filled in the invoice, this would mean it's hight possible that modifications
    (user-exit, copy-routine) are active with own customer-own programmed logic, which are




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