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Trigger output determination on delivery, after billing is complete

I have created a requirement, and added a condition to check billing status, and assigned it to the output type.

But, when I do the billing of the delivery, the output of delivery, is not determined automatically. I have to specifically go into VL02N, open and save the delivery, for that output to be determined.

How to trigger the output determination on delivery, automatically, when billing document is saved?



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    Posted on Dec 15, 2015 at 11:03 PM

    Delivery statuses are updated but output determination is not triggered at that point.

    Instead of delivery output just make it a billing output. Delivery number is even included in the standard billing print program interface structure. Reading few more records from LIKP/LIPS in the form is not a huge deal. Or you could write a custom output program if preferred.

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2015 at 07:51 AM

    Hi Juwin,

    Ideally for there sort of requirement, mass printing is done through VL71 or background job based on TCode VL71(Report SD70AV2A).

    Moreover, if you want this automatically and immediately on save of billing doc, then get the printing done at Billing level itself by output determination.

    Thanks, JP

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    • Jyoti Prakash Juwin Pallipat Thomas

      Hi Juwin,

      Additionally, if can check system behaviour for KOMKBV2-FKSTK.

      I did a trace and found that the status tables are updated on billing, without opening-and-saving delivery.

      That's why I suggested to use VL71. If your VOFM Routine suffice the logic related to desired status and automatic determination & configuration of output type is proper then your output type will get printed in VL71.

      Thanks, JP

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