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1 line item in invoice for Multiple line items of SO

Hi SD Gurus,

My client requirement is multiple line items of the sales order should reflect as a single line item in the invoice ..?

For ex: I am using Service material type Dien & material created under different material groups.

My Sales order looks somthing like below with material no & amount:

10 Testing charges 10$ material group xx1

20 Baking charges 20$ material group xx2

30 Scan/Taping 20$ matierial group xx1

Now in the invoice its should reflect only with 1 line item with the whole amount 50$.

Kinldy let me know how this requriement can be fullfilled.

Thanks,

Rahul

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  • Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 07:42 AM

    Dear Rahul

    I think you can apply Rate Routing for this.

    A rate routing is a routing for repetitive manufacturing. It enables you to easily reproduce the lean production process.

    In the rate routing, the production rate per operation is defined (production time according to a base quantity). Set-up time is not usually defined, since no changes to setup are planned.

    However, you can also use standard routings. A standard routing represents the various steps of production (such as setup, processing, teardown and so on), operation by operation, if necessary with suboperations.

    A rate routing does, however, offer all the same functions as a standard routing.

    <b>Structure</b>

    If you use the same standard value key for all the work centers on the line, the system copies the descriptions of the standard values to the routing as the column headings of the operation overview.

    If you use different standard value keys for the work centers, the system copies the descriptions into the routing that is entered in the control data for the routing in Customizing.

    To create a Rate Routing, follow the steps as under:-

    1) Starting from the main Line Design menu, choose Rate routing --> Create.

    The system displays the initial screen for rate routings.

    2) Enter the plant, the material and in the field Group, the group to which you want to assign the rate routing.

    3) Choose Enter.

    The system displays the screen Header details.

    4) Enter the following data:

    => the routing description

    => the plant

    => the usage of the rate routing, i.e.production

    => the status, i.e. released

    => the unit of measure of the materials to be produced

    5) Save your rate routing.

    <b>Result</b>

    You have created the rate routing. Continue creating the main production line and if necessary, feeder lines.

    You can also take the help of your PP guy for this.

    Thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 08:53 AM

    Hi,

    Thanks the immediate response.

    Actually the above mentioned material charges are of example, i d'nt need a creation of routing for this.

    Kinldy help to provide resultion from the SD module point of view.

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 10:56 AM

    Hi Laxmipathi,

    Thanks for your response.

    I am new to SAP, so kinldy give me the step by step procedure to create a BOM & etc., i am also inculding 1 more requirement for this,the amount break up in the BOM should be posted to different GL accounts.for ex:

    10 Header material with total amout 50$

    20 Testing charges 10$ material group xx1 GL act 1

    30 Baking charges 20$ material group xx2 GL act 2

    40 Scan/Taping 20$ matierial group xx1 GL act 3

    Requirements:

    1)for line item 10 [Main item]

    This total amount should not be posted to any GL acct & only the BOM header material no should reflect in invoice as a single line item with the total value of 50$ .

    2)For line items 20/30/40[Sub items]

    a. These line items amount should be posted to different GL accounts as said above in the example.

    b. These line items should not be reflected in the invoice.[only the main item should reflect in invoice].

    If my understanding is right from your earlier responce, kinldy provide me the step by step info to over come the requirement .

    Thanks in Advance.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Rahul,

      1. I feel you can go thru' with the normal process of SO creation till billing since you want differnt g/l a/c to be hit.

      2. You have create an access sequence based on the material group for Revenue A/c determination and maintian respective G/L a/c's based on material group.

      3. As far as having only 1 line item is concerned, out of your explaination, i feel that you can control it only by output. Take the help of the ABAPer for this.

      Reward points if it was useful.

      Rgds

      VIVEK

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2007 at 11:24 AM

    hi,

    try by creating a condition type for each of these. assign accounting keys. add the cond types in a subtotal or in the netwr field. in the o/p you can sho this as cumulated figure with teh total value.

    saurabh

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