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Tolerance Key in MIRO

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What tolerance key is to be used in case of my GR amount has very big difference with the amount in logistic invoice verification i.e. in MIRO so that system should always give me error message. And what is the way if i want to restrict this difference to 1 rs only.

Right now if i am suppose to pay vendor rs 1000 and if i am posting invoice with rs 1 only still system is posting this and rest of amount is going to round off account. how this account is determined.

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Vivek

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 02:13 PM

    goto OMR6.select tolerance key PP and activate the "check" and give the tolerance limit in percentage or in absolute value.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 01:04 PM

    Hi

    Goto OMR6-- -> For your Company Code, Activate Tolerance Key.....BD and go into details ---> There you can define upto what limit the diff. should go to small diff. account( Transaction Event Key: DIF)

    For eg.) Your Invoice Amount is 1000 INR.

    In Tolerance BD , you have given the upper limit value as 1 inr and you have checked the Check limt.....then the system will not allow you to post More than 1001 INR....

    Reward if useful

    Regards

    S.Baskaran

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