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Invoice split rule

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Can we set up Invoice split rule in SPRO or it impossible?

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 02:44 AM

    hi

    Invoice Splits

    If you want to guarantee that invoices are created separately according to certain criteria, you can do this by defining certain split criteria. The following is an example of invoices split by material group:

    In Customizing for copying control, you can specify requirements for splitting to prevent sales orders or deliveries from being combined into a collective billing document.

    As a rule, the system combines into one billing document all transactions for the same customer, default billing date and sales organization.

    If data from the related reference documents differs in the header fields of the billing document, the system will automatically split the invoice

    An order contains terms of payment at header as well as item level. These are stored only at header level in the billing document, however. If there are different terms of payment in the reference documents, an invoice split will always be made.

    If data from the related reference documents differs in the item fields of the billing document, the system does not split the invoice.

    The order basis is stored at header level in the order and at item level in the billing document. The system does not split the invoice. If you require an invoice split, you must first define the appropriate split requirements in Customizing for copying control. Copying control depends on the following criteria:

    Billing Document Type

    reference document type (i.e. type of order, delivery or billing document on which the sales document is based)

    item category in the reference document

    You can also display a split analysis to discover why an invoice split has occurred.

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    Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 02:45 AM

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    Performing a Split Analysis

    Normally, the system tries to bill several sales documents with one billing document but it can also create several billing documents, for example, when sales documents have different payers or terms of payment.

    Whether and how sales documents are combined or split depends on copying control. Your system administrator is responsible for these settings in Customizing.

    You can use split analysis to review why the system has split a billing document. It compares two billing documents and lists the fields which have differing contents.

    You can call up the Split analysis function with the following transactions:

    Billing document ® Change or Display.

    Billing document ® Billing due list

    To display the split analysis for one of these screens, proceed as follows:

    Enter the number of the first billing document that you wish to compare.

    Choose Environment ® Split analysis.

    Enter the number of the second billing document which you wish to compare to the first in the dialog box.

    Enter the billing document number and choose Continue.

    The system displays the Billing document split analysis log. It is made up of three parts. The first shows the header partners and header fields which are different in the two documents while the second and third columns show the respective values for these fields.

    This provides you with a clear overview of which fields have differing contents, the information available, and why there was an invoice split.

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  • Posted on Sep 28, 2007 at 06:39 AM

    Hi..

    if header data is different invoicesn will be split (payer,Biiling date,payment terms,incoterms)

    But in copy control routines you (With ABAP) can define your own criteria...

    REWARD IF U FINDS THIS AS USEFUL.....

    Regds

    MM

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