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Cancellation

Dear gurus,

Is there any way to cancel/delete/archive a cancellation document.

Issue:.I created a returns and later a credit memo ,but due to mistake in doc category it created a debit memo (60001222).As the doc category was P (debit) instead of O(credit).

when i canceled this debit memo with vf11 it again created a new document(60001223) debit amount on the other side (as the cancellation billing type was S2) instead of credit amount..Which is wrong .I have to delete this 60001223 document and redo the same with cancellation billing type S1 .Further cancellation of this document is not possible as it gives a message"cancellation of canceled document not possible".

please suggest possible ways to archive or delete invoices or cancellation documents....

Points will be suitably rewarded...

Shruthi S

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 10:52 AM

    Hi

    What Rambabu had told is correct. You cannot cancel a cancellation document.

    However you can create a corresponding credit memo(not by cancellation in VF11, but in VF01) using the correct document type. This can nullify the debit memo. You can create the credit memo request and then a credit memo.

    Reward if this helps.

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 10:57 AM

    hi shruthi,

    you can rectify the by passing manual JVs.

    saurabh

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