Skip to Content

single sales order multiple plant data into single proforma invoice in sa

Dear experts,

As per our client requirement after sales order creation they are creating Proforma invoiceF5 its a pre shipment document to customs.

but for single party ordering multiple plant items so users creating only one single order while taking proforma with ref order system generating two line for different plantswhile saving system generating two invoice user want all different plants materials data in single printout..

How to consolidate into single order data into single proforma invoice??

its vey urgent

i have checked copy control also

Add comment
10|10000 characters needed characters exceeded

  • Get RSS Feed

2 Answers

  • Apr 06, 2017 at 07:55 PM

    Google "invoice split" and "invoice combination". The split/combination principles have already been explained many times on SCN and I don't see a reason to repeat the same information. (And an SD specialist should already know these things anyway.) It works the same way for regular invoices and proformas. Same mechanism.

    If the document split cannot be avoided your only solution would be something custom, I'm afraid.

    Add comment
    10|10000 characters needed characters exceeded

  • Apr 07, 2017 at 06:33 AM

    Dear jelena,

    i have searched many times..

    i found that splitting is happen proforma invoice.but my customer is saying it cannot happen splitting based on plant wise.

    why because all item data cannot merging in one layout..

    please give me the way for the material item should come in one printout only..

    Add comment
    10|10000 characters needed characters exceeded

    • When you are faced with undesirable or unexpected invoice split, the first thing to check, is the split analysis.

      You have not explained which fields exactly are causing this and what is the specific challenge to solve the problem by adjusting your current copy control settings or by using default data in VF04 (if it has something to do with dates). In many cases the next step is to check the copy controls and adjust them. In some cases, however, you see nothing in the split analysis, but still you get multiple invoices. In this case it makes sense to read a few SAP notes and check for custom code.

      I don't know how you could have missed at least these two easy-to-find and really useful sap notes: 11162 and 1561427, despite your searching efforts.

      Repeating the client's requirement instead of sharing the results of your analysis does not add value to the question.