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zterm

why is zterm field used for ? why is that in 2 different tables for eg.knvv and knb1..

for the same cust ( kunnr )...has different values for Zterm,for the same date.for eg in knb1 so45 and in knvv so7a,

what does that mean,

when the customer is same ?

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 06:14 AM

    Hi sarika,

    this all depends on what is entered in the Customer Master. zterm in knb1 comes from payment terms of Company Code Data whereas zterm in knvv comes from billing document tab of Sales Area Data. If terms of payments are entered differently then they will be different

    prasanna

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      Hi sarika,

      If you use the customer in SD and post an invoice, the system will use the knvv payment terms ( for the sales area used ).

      IF you post an invoice directly into FI, the system will use the knb1 payment terms ( for the company code used )

      Normally, the knvv is the most important one as most customer invoices are made via SD

      rgds

      Dirk

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 09:00 AM

    Adding on the above posts..KNVV stores the customer data at sales area level and hence for the same customer being via different sales org/distribution channel/division can have different payment terms as compared to company level parameter.

    In our system we use the dc as exports/domestic or intercompany ..and it is possible to have different zterm for them.

    Regards

    Anurag

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