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credit management

where the customer credit limit will be maintained and the riskcatagory where it will be maintained

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2007 at 02:54 PM

    fd32 is for credit management and risk cat also assigned here. risk cat will be maintained in FI module

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    Posted on Oct 21, 2007 at 02:56 PM


    Customer Credit Limit will be Maintained in Transaction code : FD32

    Risk Category: -


    Financial Accounting

    Accounts receivable and Accounts payable

    Credit Management

    Credit control Account

    Define Risk Categories

    We need to define the risk category in the combination of credit control area.

    Ex: -

    Low Risk

    High Risk

    New Customers

    Setting the credit limits to the customers or credit master data: -


    Sales and Distribution

    Credit management

    Master Data

    FD32 – Change

    Enter the customer

    Credit control area

    Select all the views

    1) To set the control areacredit limit to the customer select go to

    Data status.

    We can specify the credit limit of the customer in the field credit limit.

    Credit Horizon Date: - Specifies the date up to which the customer can use the credit limit.

    Risk Category: - Assign a risk category to the customer

    Sales Value: - It is the total of all order values which have not been transferred to F I, but which are taken into the consideration when checking the credit limit.

    payment Control Area Data 2) Go to history

    Here we can see the past payment history of the customer.

    Note: - If we want to see the payment history of the customer here we need to check the field “Payment History Record” in the customer master.

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    Thanks and Regards,


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