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SAP SD condition record value should be fixed in sales order to Invoice

Dear Experts,

I have a requirement where invoice condition records which is copying from sales order- Delivery - invoice should have a fixed value.

If sales order have 1$ and for that order if there are 10 invoices, all invoices should have 1$ but when I am trying to do this, its doing pro rate and making it 0.1$.

How to acheive this?

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2019 at 02:48 PM

    Probably I am stating the obvious but how will you know in advance how many invoices are you going to generate? While it is technically possible to determine a new condition in the billing document (for example with condition category L) the problem is that this will happen in the billing document. If you use credit management or advance payments you may end up in a situation where you should not have released the order to be processed further. Have you explained the risks to your users (if the examples are applicable for your business processes of course)? If not - maybe it is a good idea to do so before making changes to the current configuration.

    I can think only of one business scenario where such approach might make sense so I am curious what is the business process in your case.

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2019 at 02:51 PM

    Please put some efforts to search first before posting such query. You need to maintain condition record in VK11 which will be valid right from sale order to billing. Of course, this also depends on your pricing procedure and condition type configurations.

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