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billing document to FI posting - negative posting on credit.

Hi all..

I have the following situation :

Sales order with a discount condition. After the billing the system generates the accounting note:

ZRO1 1 01 11 client 847,88 EUR A1

ZRO1 2 50 70100000 RevFrFinishProdSales 400,00- EUR A1

ZRO1 3 40 70100000 RevFrFinishProdSales 20,00 EUR A1

ZRO1 4 50 44270000 VAT collected 135,38- EUR A1

ZRO1 5 50 70100000 RevFrFinishProdSales 350,00- EUR A1

ZRO1 6 40 70100000 RevFrFinishProdSales 17,50 EUR A1

Account 701 is a credit account ; so for the discount positions (3 and 5) it should be

ZRO1 3 50 70100000 RevFrFinishProdSales 20,00- EUR A1

where can i chanhe this type of posting?

10x.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 06:59 AM

    hello,

    u can only do changes the payment term and text in line item but u cannot change amount after the doc is posted.

    u reverse it and repostit

    plz reward point

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 07:40 AM

    10x but the problem is that I need to change an automatic posting during billing process ...instead of a registration on debit of the negative discount amount I need it on the credit side with -(minus).

    10x

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 08:03 AM

    ob40 is for taxes from what i now..

    I need to modify something in automatic posting insead of debit i need negative credit.

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