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Cross-company code functionality using Idoc type FIDCCP02

Hello,

I have a problem I need to use an IDoc to create incoming invoices from a legacy system, but there are 2 functionalities that need to exist.

1.- Extended withholding taxes.

2.- Cross-company code.

I have been using the basic type FIDCCP02, because it was easy to use extended withholding taxes.

But now the functional team requested us to implement the functionality “Cross-company code”.

I did some test using ACC_INVOICE_RECEIPT03, where just specifying 2 different company codes at item level, SAP will create 2 different invoices one for each company code) ,

The problem here is that I need both functionality, but only use 1 Idoc type. Do you know how can I solve this problem??

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 05:25 PM

    Imelda ,

    I am also trying to use FIDCCP02 Idoc for Cross-Company code functionality , and we are not able to do it ..

    I saw this message in SDN posted by you last year but it was not answered , hence was wondering if you were at some point of time able to get any answer on this one OR did you find any solution by yourself on this issue.

    I would also like to use Cross-company code functionality using FIDCCP02 , so please let me know if you have anything on this one .

    Would appreciate your reply .

    Thanks,

    Ashutosh Chitrao

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