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Dear Friends,

Can you ppl guide me on following issues

1. When we create new sales document wht are the normal changes we do?

2. Why to creat new Item category?

Regards,

Vishal

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 05:32 AM

    hi

    new sales document and new item category all depends on the clients requirement.

    when the existing item categories doesnt support thern u need to create item categores.

    if u create a new sales document the normal changes will be for number range assignment , whether credit check required, delivery etc, copy control settings, assigning the new document type to sales area

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  • Posted on Dec 01, 2007 at 05:49 AM

    Dear Vishal

    <b>1) Document Type</b>

    You have to ensure that copy controls like <i>VTAA, VTFA, VTFL, VTLA</i> are done in line with standard types. Also the <i><b>important is</b></i> that <i><b>assigning sales area to your document type in OVAZ</b></i> and number ranges.

    <b>2) Item Category</b>

    Item categories contain instructions about the attributes of the line item to which they are assigned. Review the standard sales document item categories for product selection. If you decide that these do not meet your business requirements, for example if you require that pricing be done at the sub-item level rather than the main item level, create new sales document item categories.

    Thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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