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Copy Controls for Billing

Dear All,

We want to create a credit memo from the invoice. Have assigned copy controls in VTFF source document as invoice doc and target doc is credit memo. When i am trying to create credit memo from invoice i get error message as 'Document does not exist' what else i need to do.Please suggest.



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  • Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 03:41 PM

    Ensure that the item category is same as that of billing document. If it is different, check whether that item category is assigned to credit memo in VTFF. Also ensure that the billing document against which you were trying to create credit memo is not cancelled

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Former Member Andrea Brusa Restelletti

      Thank you all for your response and suggestions. Due to change in Indian accounting standards and the IFRS implementation the client's requirement is to hit the COGS at the time when goods reaches to the customer and invoice entry should happen at a later point of time with tentative date of material arrival at the customers point. The excise should hit at the time material dispatched from the factory and sales should hit when material reaches to customer. how this can be achieved?

      I have gone through the process of SIT but the problem is how excise entries will get trigger and at which point and hoe the sales tax will hit at the time of material dispatched from the factory.

      Can anyone guide me on this. who has already done changes according to IFRS.



  • Posted on Aug 09, 2016 at 01:32 PM


    please, can you share the print-screen with the error message and the field you fill when creating the credit memo with reference to the invoice?

    Best regards,


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