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Accounting.key-cash allocation Issue

Hi Experts

There is field in Billing Document, Accounting.key-cash allocation

Can any body tell me how the Accounting.key-cash allocation field is activated in billing document BV.

If i want to Suppress the field Accounting.key-cash allocation how can

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  • Posted on Nov 11, 2015 at 11:40 AM

    I do not really understand what you mean by suppressing the cash allocation field - please be more specific what exactly you aim to achieve.

    In a standard system for billing type BV the cash allocation key EVV is maintained (transaction VOFA) and based on that account key you determine the actual account to post to (in VKOA).

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2015 at 12:20 PM

    Hi Veselina,

    Thanks for Reply.

    Actually we have a scenario called retails sales. in that we have Copied BV and renamed it as ZRF2. the problem is we are getting, while doing invoice with reference to Delivery

    Delivery type LF cannot be invoiced with billing type ZRF2. i have checked Copying controls it was not mapped.

    i am trying to find any copy control related to BV.

    i couldn't find it. so i have a doubt that if i create copying controls manually that field which we are discussing is that also will be copied or i need to do some routine ?

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