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Changing Payment terms for customer Sales Order

Hi,

I have a requirement like scenario below :

1. Customer sales orders are billed with X payment terms (Not installment).

2. Subsequently, Customers agree for installment terms.

3. A need arises to change ONLY the payment terms on the existing billing document (without cancelling existing billing document)

4. Is this achievable ? Via VF02 or FB02 ? Or any other means ?

Thanks in advance.

Bala

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    Posted on Dec 19, 2007 at 02:02 AM

    You cannot change the terms through the VF02; however, you can change under FB02. Go into the accounting document you would like to change, double click on the customer account posting and you should see the payment terms highlighted for you to change.

    If you do not see it changeable, it is due to security.

    Hope that helped.

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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2007 at 03:01 AM

    Your expectations are achievable via FB02.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 19, 2007 at 10:43 AM

    Hi All,

    Thanks for replies.

    But FB02 does not allow to change payment terms from NON-Installment to Installment Payment terms. That is where the problem is

    Any other clues ?

    Thanks

    Bala

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    • Former Member

      this will not be allowed as for installment diff. line items to be created which can be done once posting done.

      only way is u manually split the items by using F-32 clearing original item and create INSTALLMENT ITEM.

      Nitesh

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