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sales order - customer numbers

hi all,

in sales order creation, who is involved in certain calculations whether

sold-to or ship-to party if both are specified.

if atleast one is not specified who will be the other party whether implicitly

it will consider the same party(which ever is specified i.e either sold-to or ship-to)

if any one know abt credit check

whether the values in knkk table

should reflect either

ship-to party(as customer)credit control areacredit account number(KNKLI)

(or)sold-to party(as customer)credit control areacredit account number(KNKLI)

(or) simply credit account number is enough.

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2007 at 09:42 AM

    hi

    to the extent of my understanding sold to is more important and the one that would be considered for a sales order.

    we can have multiple ship to parties for a given sold to. as in you may have the customer to whom you are selling the goods but he may have different shipping locations assigned. so its the sold to party that would be considered by default for any claculations that need to be done for rebates and any other of that sorts.

    in some cases Ship to party is considered where taxing should be taken care (Beyond specifed boundaries)

    All the above is to the extent of my understanding.. correct me if I am wrong..

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    Santosh

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2007 at 09:45 AM

    in So vbak -kunnr is sold to party and this is a mandatory field for the processing .

    ship to party is important at the time of delivery .

    likp-kunnr is ship to party .

    if none is mentioned then system takes care for the sold to party .

    regards,

    vijay

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