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Sales Distribution SD Module User Exit - Past Due Credit

Hi

Would like to consult on weather it is possible to ask a SAP developer to develop user exit for Credit Block to ignore, and let the Sales Order go to billing if:

1. If risk category: N01 (we set it up as low risk customer) and past due not more than $5,000 (including a credit where a customer has not taken for longer than certain days, and therefore triggers Past DUE)

2. All risk category with past due not more than $5000, regardless hwoever many days it has been past due.

Our situation here is big distributors take their own sweet time to take their chargebacks. We have only 4 big distributors, and we don't want to hold any of their orders, and tired of releasing orders that are not really triggered by "past due".

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    Posted on Jun 07, 2016 at 06:26 AM

    Isn't this possible with OVA8 routines?

    The only difficult part is, that you don't wish t use percentages, but a hard amount.

    Our situation here is big distributors take their own sweet time to take their chargebacks. We have only 4 big distributors, and we don't want to hold any of their orders, and tired of releasing orders that are not really triggered by "past due"

    I am confused. Aren't these charge-backs items in BSID for these KUNNR with SHKZG eq 'H'?

    In standard SAP, I think ,such items are not considered for overdue checks - check LF035F00.

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    • In my previous post I mentioned that open items with credit indicator are not considered for overdue checks at all (not selected for the check) in standard SAP.

      It has been a long time since you posted.

      I believe it is time to start discussing the various business cases with your local consultants.

      This specific question was easy to answer, because it was about the standard SAP behavior, but for sure there will be scenarios, which occur in your company that you might have forgotten about and of which I will not be aware.

      Your in-house SAP consultant can be really useful for you in this situation, because he/she will start asking: but what about process X, what about customer group Y etc...

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