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SD billing block related to payment condition


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Is it possible to set a SD billing block related to a specific payment condition

set in the sales order ?

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  • Posted on Jul 17 at 09:31 AM

    If I understood you correctly, you wish to have billing block set in the sales order if a specific payment term is used on header level - no matter if it is determined from master data or specified manually by the order entry clerk.

    If this is what you meant - yes it is possible, but you will need a developer to write the code :)

    This can be done in MV45AFZZ, USEREXIT_MOVE_FIELD_TO_VBAK, but I suppose that you will also need to prevent the users from clearing the billing block. The second part can be restricted via authorizations - S_VBAK_AAT, ACTVT = 43.

    If you meant billing block on item level - it is again MV45AFZZ, but the exit will be USEREXIT_MOVE_FIELD_TO_VBAP.

    It would be interesting to understand what is the business case - you only prevent unintentional billing, but you do not stop delivering goods to the customer...

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