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I want to configure ERS.

Please explain ERS and what are the required configurations?

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 11:14 AM

    Hi

    1. configure ur vendor , in the purchasing view: i.e in control data tick AutoEvalGRsetmt Del,

    2. then give the payment terms

    3. create po where in it will ask for tax code (mandatory for ERS)

    4 then do the GR (MIGO)

    5. then excute MRRL give the po doc no and the ven,comp...details

    With regards

    Bhargava

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 11:32 AM

    Hi

    ERS is nothing but Evaluated Receipt Settlement

    In some countries...the vendor will supply the material....and they will not send any invoice...Instead of that the client itself create ERS settlement and make the payments..

    Basic Configuration for making ERS Settlement..

    1) In Vendor master, Pur. Org. Data view...you should Check ERS settlement and GR Based IV Check box...

    2) In PIR....maintain Proper Tax code

    3) Make sure, in PO ....GR Based IV,ERS Settlement and TAX Code fields are maintained...

    4) In MRM1, make sure you are maintaining condition records for your vendor for the message type ERS

    If you maintain all the above settings...then after making GR....you can make ERS settlement to your vendoe in MRRL...

    The advantage of ERS settlement over LIV....is you wont get any qty variance or Price variance...because based on your GR only you are going to make the ERS Settlement..

    Reward if useful

    Regards

    S.Baskaran

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