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invoice document types

hi all,

what are the invoice document types ?

is there any difference between document types,

is it possible to configure our own document types ?

if possible please give me the path

will reward points

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 07:44 PM


    In the case of the invoice document in Materials Management, the number range is configured to depend on the transaction concerned. There are two transactions:

    RD for manual invoice entry

    RS for automatic document creation, such as invoice reversal, ERS, and EDI

    You configure for each transaction, the document type that the R/3 System is to suggest for the accounting document when calling up the transaction. If the system creates more than one accounting document (such as a revaluation document or an invoice reduction document), you can configure separate document types for each one.

    The accounting document type controls whether the R/3 System posts the document net or gross, which account types are allowed, and which number range the system is to use. Document types RE for gross posting and RN for net posting are supplied in the standard system.

    The number interval from which the R/3 System assigns the document number depends on the number range used. You can configure the number ranges to depend on the relevant year.

    Entire Invoice configuration including document types can be found under

    SPRO>MM->Invoice Verification>Logistics Invoice Verification...

    Document types for invoice can also be found from FI configuration as these to go hand in hand


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