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VKM1/VKM3 released document change

Hi Guru's!

I'm looking for a proper solution for my company. When our sale department releases document which was previously blocked due credit control and later it has been released by sale manager. For some cases we need to correct price for these documents and then it is blocked again. We would like to set a condition if price change is smaller than 1000$ then this document do not require second approval if it is greater, then credit controls block it again and need to be released again by VKM1/VKM3. Someone knows if there is some kind of user exit or standard config which would allow me to achieve that?

Thanks

Jakub

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  • Posted on Mar 27, 2015 at 03:29 PM

    Similar questions must have answered in the forum before, hence before posting, you can search the forum for answers.

    In transaction code OVA8, select the appropriate credit control area/risk cat/credit group. Inside, you can make use of the field Deviation in % field to fulfill your requirement.

    Regards,

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  • Posted on Apr 07, 2015 at 05:46 AM

    Dear Jakub,

    Good day!

    The credit re-check will always be triggered when you save any changing for the orders in this case.

    To avoid the credit re-check for a released order, you could set the "Deviation in" and " number of days" in OVA8

    You can check note 718260 for the details inforamtion.

    BR
    Zhao


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