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One payer?

Hi,

An order can have more than one ship-to-party but it can only have one payer.

I understand more than one SH, what about only one PY?

Can someone explain this?

Thank you in advance.

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    Former Member
    Aug 01, 2007 at 08:35 AM

    An order can have many payers (for that matter many partners) for a partner function, one for each line item. That means for a line item, there can be only one Sold to party, ship to party, BP, Payer etc. But the ship to , bill to, payers can be different for different line items. But always, sold to party will be only one.

    Similarly for a delivery document, the ship to party will be only one, but all other partners can be different for different line items.

    Hope this clears your doubt.

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    Aug 01, 2007 at 06:08 AM

    No an order can have multiple payers at item level. Each item in the sales order can be assigned with different payer like you do for ship to party. If it is not allowing to change then the settings has to be done for this in partner determination procedure.

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    AK

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    Aug 01, 2007 at 09:00 AM

    hi,

    yes as said an order will have one sold to, but can be assigned additional

    partner function by creating customer master record (xd01) from account group

    of payer which you create from OBD2 after saving the master data of payer

    you can assigne that number in sold to party master record. sales area data

    partner functions.

    as you do like ship to party.

    sreekanth.vaka

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