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Cash Flow and Purchase Orders


In the standard Cash Flow report it only looks at the header level delivery date on a purchase orders. is there a way to look at the delivery date on the transaction lines. A purchase order may have several lines each with a different delivery date which means the payment for each of these lines could fall in different periods, currently it just takes the header level date.



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  • Oct 18, 2018 at 11:54 AM

    extract from sap note 163896


    Example: When you create another MM purchase order with two items for DEM 100 and DEM 900 which are also due to a domestic vendor on 01/01/2000, an entry is generated in table FDM1 (memo record table MM purchase orders) for every item.Apart from Cash Management data these entries also have MM information (purchase order number, item, schedule line, account assignment and so on).However, during update into the summary record table the value is only increased by DEM 1,000.00 to DEM -1,001,000.00 in the summary record shown above.The information on the individual items is therefore only contained in table FDM1 and is not passed on.In case of problems with the values displayed in Cash Management, it is generally advantageous to directly examine the memo record tables.


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