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VXA1 Open value is not getting updated

Dear SAP Guru's,

There are 5 Sales Orders created using the same Finance Document Number. All the Sales Orders are Delivered and Invoiced.

I am sure that the same Finance Document is used in the Sales Order Header - Billing Tab and the same has been flowing to the Invoice too for the all the 5 Documents.

The concern is, there are only 3 Sales Orders being updated in Transaction Code VXA1 (List of Assigned Sales Documents)

Due to this issue, Open value of Finance Document is not changing.

I have checked the Forum before posting this query.

If someone finds any note, please provide.

Please guide.

Regards,

Ram

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  • Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 03:53 PM

    What are the input parameters you have maintained while executing this VXA1? There would be some select document option which should be checked.

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Ramanathan R Lakshmipathi Ganesan

      Dear Mr. Lakshmipathi,

      I have already checked the OSS Notes 529599 - 525096 and 693121.

      The concern here is, 5 Minutes before setting the Status D in the FD, "User has entered it in the Sales Order and Saved it". This is the reason why the Sales Order Value is not getting Considered as assigned value in FD and because of this, Open value is not getting reduced.

      My Client is not using FD32 or FD33, they depend on Bank Account Guarantee (FD).

      This is clearly a user issue, how ever is there a way to make the Assigned value in the Finance Document to tally with the Sales Order value. This will reduce the Open value and will match against the Customer line item in FBL5N.

      Please suggest if anything can be done with Best Practice.

      Regards,

      Ram

  • Posted on Aug 11, 2016 at 01:26 AM

    Dear Mr. Lakshmipathi,

    I have already checked the OSS Notes 529599 - 525096 and 693121.

    The concern here is, 5 Minutes before setting the Status D in the FD, "user has entered it in the Sales Order and Saved it". This is the reason why the Sales Order value is not getting Considered as assigned value in FD and because of this, Open value is not getting reduced.

    My Client is not using Simple Credit Check with FD33 value. They depend on Finance Document.

    Is there a way to make the Assigned value in the Finance Document to tally with the Sales Order value. This will reduce the Open Value and will match against the Customer Line Item in FBL5N.

    Please suggest.

    Regards,

    Ram

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  • Posted on Aug 12, 2016 at 08:45 AM

    What did the users do exactly after they saw that the order was blocked for blocked for CMPI - did they release it from VKM4 or they rechecked it after the financial document was set to D?

    Were you able to reproduce the case in a development system?

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    • Dear Veselina,

      Good to see your support. Below are the Screenshots of the Item Categories in our System and also the Check_CM for CMPRE Value.

      Business - Chemical Sales - No Stock Items

      When Stock is not available, immediately PR will be triggered and in turn a PO will be created and Delivery and Billing will happen.

      Above is the Process.

      I am sure that this is a user mistake and my Client wouldn't want to take it to SAP.

      They would prefer closing the FD and creating a new one. However, I am holding it and trying to get something.

      Really appreciate your patience in support. Thank you so much spending your time in testing and guiding me.

      Regards,

      Ram

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