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Settlement Rule for Process order

Hello

While creating process,subject to other configuration,the settlement rule when checked in header,there is default receiver category for material.

In customizing,do we create such a rule or same is by default

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2007 at 04:35 AM

    Hi,

    Are you talking about process order?

    Every order is crated with refernce to an Order type (Trcode KOT2_OPA). If you look at the oreder type in detail you wil find that there is a field for settlement profile. In Trcode OKO7 you can view this settlement profile. You actualy define the valid receiver for this Order type here like, G/L accounts, Material ect.

    So when you create an order with reference to Order type thses receiver catagories are available in KO01.

    Yes you can create your own settlement profile and tehn assign it to the order type.

    Reagrds

    Pratiksha

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    • Former Member S J

      Hi SR,

      I think this has to do some thing with the Automatic Generation of Settlement Rules configuration. Please check

      IMG-- Controlling Internal Orders Actual Postings Settlement --Automatic Generation of Settlement Rules

      here u will find

      Display Strategies for Automatic Generation of Settlment Rules

      Strategy Sequences for Automatic Generation of Settlement Rules

      Assign Strategy Sequence To Order Type

      User-Defined Strategies for Automatic Generation of Settlement Rules

      Reagrds

      Pratiksha

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