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Changing status of invoice with current status as 'Completed'

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I need to reset status of the Invoice (VF02) to 'Blocked' from 'Completed'. Is there any function mudule or method to do this.

My invoice has 0 amount currently and status is set to Completed, so no accounting documents are created, and i cannot update pricing (repricing cannot be done). Now i want to reset the status to Blocked, so that i can unpdate the pricing ( repricing ) to get new values, and release it to accounting.

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Srikanth M

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 12:30 PM

    Hello,

    Invoice status is depends on VBRK-RFBSK.

    A - Blocked

    B - Posting doc is not created

    C - Posting doc is created.

    If you can change C to A really can achieve the your requirement but you can not really change coz that is depends on pricing procedure.

    *******Poorna********

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 12:50 PM

    Hi Srikanth,

    if this is not a Production issue if its in development itself then try to change the staus from "C" to "A"

    in the debugging itself ..

    goto the table entries select the particular invoice record and in the degugging set the status field to A.

    so that it serves ur purpose ..

    regards,

    Vijay.

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    Posted on Oct 26, 2006 at 01:04 PM

    Hello,

    I try to change C->A but it is not saving becoz of pricing procedure that i have mentioned in my last update.

    If you remove pricing procedure you can change to any value A or B or C and so on but you will not get pricing in Billing document.

    ******Poorna******

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