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Does PGI quantity drive the credit memo?

Does the PGI quantity drive the credit memo, in the same way that the goods issue quantity drives the invoice in a sales order?

If it is then how?

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    Former Member
    Jul 04, 2007 at 06:38 AM

    Hi Raghav,

    PGI is not involved in the credit memo cycle.

    Credit memo(billing type) is based on either credit memo request(sales document type) or and invoice.

    Credit memo is created when you have to give some money to the cutomer.

    Reward points if it helps.

    Regards

    Karan

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    Jul 04, 2007 at 06:40 AM

    Hi ,

    u can say like that because PGI Qty drive the invoice qty and the invoice qty drive the Credit memo qty .

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      Hi Raghav,

      Actualy it all depend on the control field Billing quantity indicator which we have to set in copy control at item level.Either in VTFL or VTFA.

      Possible options are

      A Order quantity less invoiced quantity

      B Delivery quantity less invoiced quantity

      C Order quantity

      D Delivery quantity

      E Goods receipt quantity less invoiced quantity

      F Invoice receipt quantity less invoiced quantity

      G Cumulative batch quantity minus invoiced quantity

      H Cumul.batch quantity

      I Purchase quantity minus quantity already billed

      This drives what quantity is taken while doing billing.

      Reward points if useful

      Regards,

      Amrish Purohit

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    Former Member
    Jul 04, 2007 at 07:03 AM

    Hi,

    If you see the billing relevance for the credit memo document type(CR) and the billing relevance for the item category G2N it is order related billing with reference to the target quantity.

    Moreover, credit memo arises after one full sales cycle. ie :

    OR - LF - F2 - CR - G2.

    Hence, the PGI qty does not drive the credit memo process. But, if you can elobarate your question I would try to provide a better answer.

    Vijay R Sharma

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    • Former Member

      here comes the complete issue:

      Return order xxx and xxy both generated credit memo, The credit memos has to be cancelled and the quantities in the return order chnaged to reflect the pGI quantities. so that the credit memo could be recreated for the correct amount.

      " Shouldnt the PGI quantity drive the credit memo, in the same way that the goods issue quantity drives the invoice in a sales order? can this be changed?

      this is what was issued

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    Former Member
    Jul 04, 2007 at 09:14 AM

    Hi Raghav.,

    Generally we do the PGR for a return order and for Return order the item category is REN and in which billing relevance is order related Billing ,So billing is carried on the return ordered order quantity,So we do the return delivery for the sake of receiving the goods in to our location,So the PGR quanities doesn't drive to the credit memo as per my knowledge,The Return order quantities only drive for Billing,And in normal sales order the item category is TAN for which it is delivery related billing so Invoice is done as per delivery quantities,If you want to change the standard Things you can change the billing relevance in item categories and also should set up the copying controls as per your requirement

    Regards

    Narayana

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