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Document is not relevant for Billing(we are getting this error)

Hi Gurus,

I have created purchase order NB type, and created the delivery NLCC with item category NLC.

But when I tried to create the Billing F2, then I am getting error as shown below:-

"Document is not relevant for Billing"

Msg Class & No: VF016

Here in our case price is zero(free goods) and it is intercompany scenario.

Our client need F2 billing document created with respect to delivery doc. NLCC.

Please help.

Regards,

Ashish Arora

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 05:21 AM

    From what I know, the standard process is to have IV billing for inter-company stock transfers. Why your client insists on using F2?

    This does not make much business sense, speak with the client and explain how inter-company process works in SAP, this is probably a misunderstanding.

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    • With batch split you have two types of items - main item and sub-item.

      Depending on what exactly you want to achieve in billing, you have 3 different scenarios - billing main item, display sub-item; display main item, billing sub-item; billing main item without sub-items.

      Read note 77414 - Billing during batch split.

      In addition, there is an useful document in SCN wiki - Batch items in billing document, which is a good place to start.

  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 05:56 AM

    Hi,

    For Inter company process you need to use billing document IV not F2, you need to maintain relevant copy control. F2 is used normally for customer billing not inter company billing.

    Thanks.

    Sumeet Sah

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