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Invoice Date in MIRO

Hi SAPgurus...

I am creating an Invoice and in the Invoice Date field i enterered a date and press enter. Later on i filled all the details and i realized the Invoice Date is wrong and i change it.

Issue :

When i change the invoice date (second time ) what happens is the baseline date doesnt get change its based on the first time date which we entered in the invoice field. Hence we have to go manually and change the date. How can i overcome this issue...Can anyone suggest me please...

Note: I didnt post the invoice at all..These are all happening when i am creating the invoice itself.

Regards

Balaji

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 04:51 PM

    The Reason it does not default is due to the fact that, the baseline could be something other than what should be defaulted normally. This might be one such cases where the user might feel that the basline date has to be different for that document only (single instance), regardless of the invoice entry date.

    In such cases if the baseline date is overwritten against the user's intention, it would be an issue, which is why it is left to the user discretion, and SAP proposes it only during the entry..

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