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Billing to accounting

I am trying to do the following . Is this possible ?

When a delivery related billing document is created an accounting document is created in the background , I want to modify the line items in the accounting document, Just before posting the accounting document. Need to find a user exit where I can do this. Any help in this regard is appreciated and points will be awarded.

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Ajay,

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 03:44 PM

    Hi,

    Check the following user exits..

    The following user exits are available in report SAPLV60B for transfer to accounting (function group V60B):

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_001: Change the header data in the structure acchd

    You can use this exit to influence the header information of the accounting document. For example, you can change the business transaction, "created on" date and time, the name of the person who created it or the transaction with which the document was created.

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_002: Change the customer line ACCIT

    You can use this exit to change the customer line in the accounting document. This exit is processed once the ACCIT structure is filled in with data from document header VBRK.

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_003: Change the customer line in costing

    The customer line is filled in differently for costing. You can use exit 003 to influence the ACCIT structure.

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_004: Change a GL account item ACCIT You can add information to a GL account item (such as quantity specifications) with this exit.

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_005: User exit for accruals

    Once all relevant data for accruals was entered in the GL account item, you can add to this data with this exit.

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_006: Change the control line ACCIT

    You can use exit 006 to add information to the control line.

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_007: Change the installment plan

    You can use exit 007 to add information to the installment plan

    parameters in the GL account item.

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_008: Change the transfer structure ACCCR, ACCIT and ACCHD

    After the accounting document is filled in with data, you can use exit 008 to change the document once again.

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_010: Item table for customer lines

    You can use exit 10 to influence the contents of customer lines before they are created.

    EXIT_SAPLV60B_0011: Change the parameter for cash account determination or reconciliation account determination

    You can use this exit to change inbound parameters in order to influence account determination.

    Thanks,

    Naren

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 03:46 PM

    Hi

    Try to use EXIT_SAPLV60B_002

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2006 at 05:58 PM

    I would use EXIT_SAPLV60B_008 as you have already all line items at this point and can modify these internal tables before they are passed to accounting doc posting FM.

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      Any answers on how can I delete line 1 8 and 9 and add another line which balances the amount ?

      Need to do this just before the accounting document gets generated.

      Is this possible ?

      Rgds

      Ajay

      Message was edited by: Ajay Sharma

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