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Sales Credit Memos, Payment terms and due date for payment

Hello all,

does anyone out there know how to get the terms of payment assigned to sales credit memos taken into account when the due date for payment is calculated in the accounting document? (I know this is a bit puzzling as why should one need payment terms for a credit memo)

I have looked at SAP notes 17410 et al..but remain unclear re how 'V' is populated in BSEG-REBZG.

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    Posted on Oct 16, 2006 at 01:02 PM

    Number of the Invoice the Transaction Belongs to

    For line items which are related to another line item, this field contains the number of the partner document.

    Use

    In the standard system the field is used for:

    o Credit memos which refer to a particular invoice item

    o Subsequent invoices for an invoice item

    o Partial payments for an invoice item

    o Partial clearings of down payments.

    In the first two cases mentioned, the terms of payment are copied from the cross-referenced invoice item into the item currently being processed. This ensures that items due on the same date are paid together by automatic payment.

    A special rule applies to credit memos which have a "V" in this field. The due date is determined in the same way as for an invoice. If the field is empty (containing neither a document number nor a "V") the due date is the baseline date for payment.

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