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All Batch items split to separate invoice

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I have a scenario to limit 499 line items in Invoice based on Country and Sales organizations.

I have set the limit as 499 and the data transfer routine to 006 in copy control from Delivery to Invoice as stated by SAP below

"You must also go to copying control for order/delivery to billing document at item level under "Data VBRK/VBRP" and maintain routine 006 "individual invoice limited" or a similar routine that accesses the data maintained here."

In delivery there are batch items available along with main item.

When invoice is created all the Batch items are getting split into 1 invoice and all main items are split into another invoice.

Checked the SCN and found there are no relevant posts available already.

Has anyone faced the similar kind of issue and resolved?

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  • Posted on Aug 23, 2016 at 03:11 PM

    Hi Raj,

    Refer the below link :

    Batch items in billing document - ERP SD - SCN Wiki

    It discusses your current requirement . Check and maintain as per your requirement.

    Hope it helps.Revert for any clarification



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    • Hi Kumar

      Thanks for your reply. I had already looked into the wiki post, it is about how to handle batch items in billing document.

      But my question is about how to keep main item + batch item in the same invoice if invoice line item is set to limited to 499. The standard data transfer routine splits main item and batch item into 2 different invoices.

      For example, in outbound delivery if there are 1000 items (500 main items + 500 batch items) then invoice should have 249 main items + its corresponding 249 batch items in the same invoice.


      Rajkumar K

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