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Revenue Recognition -COPA doc gets created at 2 stages with Qty and Value

Hi all

We have Order based scenario

Sales Order and Billing.

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We create SO and then billing (VF01/02)

We get Dr. Customer Cr. Deferred Rev billing (B/S) At this time we get a COPA document with only quantity and also other characteristics like Sales order so on....

Now we use Sales Order reference and create VF 44.

At this time Dr. Deferred Rev Billing (B/S) Cr. Revenue (P/L) and now we get a COPA with all characteristics again with Revenue Value Field filled in but without quantity.

Requirement:

Is it possible to get both Quantity and Revenue with all characteristics when we do VF44 and we do not want any COPA during VF02 -Change of billing and Release of billing.

Please help me and provide an urgent solution is possible

Regards

Revanth

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2015 at 07:44 PM

    Hi Revanth,

    1) Quantity and Revenue with all characteristics when we do VF44 : You have to check the billing doc and analyze why the qty is not coming to COPA by using KEAT report.

    2) do not want any COPA during VF02 -Change of billing and Release of billing.: Use KE4W tcode to suppress the qty Value field by the billing type. If your billing type is not unique, you need to create one.

    I hope this helps,

    regards,

    Dave

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      Kumar,

      COPA can receive P/L related items. Unless you setup Results Analysis for an object, then you will be able to send accruals or deferred items to COPA. Please also check how the Condition Type to Value Field mapping is done in KE4i tcode as well as the accounts/revenue elements behind these Condition Types.

      BR,

      Dave

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