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SD Invoice Headers

Hi SD Gurus,

I am a BASIS CONSULTANT, currently we do not have any SD person.

One of the SD end user is complaninig that

Somebody has changed the SD Invoice headers as “Debit Memo” instead of “Invoice”.

How can I trace this can you help with the Object list which I can check in requests to find which request has caused the problem.

Or is that any one changed the customizing setting. How do I find this.

Thanks

Parvez Khan

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 05:37 PM

    Hi

    If you are referring to the Description of Invoice type then in Spro(Transaction VOFA) please check

    Ramesh

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:09 AM

    Hi Parvez,

    If you have two separate documents, Debit Memo and Invoice then check the document type of that particular document.

    Otherwise check the specific script/smart form (you can get from nace against option 1 print output), is anyone has changed the text?

    Hope it will solve the problem.

    Regards

    Krishnendu

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 06:25 AM

    hi

    check if the billing type is the correct one, and check if order created is normal sales order or debit memo.

    if above correct go to transaction spro > Implementation Guide for R/3 IMG > Sales and distribution Billing document > define billing type. it will check any changes done

    rgd

    murunwa

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