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Credit Management(Check Credit Limit & Set Chedit limit)

Dear Frends,

i have to create one scenario for credit management in FICO.

Kindly give me the STEPS with T-CODES that how to check the Credit limit and Set the credit limit while posting the Customer Invoice.Kindly help me.Will reward the points..

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 06:24 AM

    For managing the credit limit : t.code: FD 32.

    For configuring:

    FI/CO part:

    1. Define credit control area: OB45

    2. Assigning credit control area to company code.

    3. Define Groups OB12.

    4. Define Risk categories: OB01

    5. Define credit rep groups: Ob02

    other configuration part will be taken care by SD consultants:

    Path: IMG-sales & distribution - basic functions - credit management/risk management.

    Credit control area is client level.

    if the above info is helpful, u can be reward points to me..

    if any further clarifications required, u can post again..

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  • Posted on Dec 21, 2007 at 06:42 AM

    hi,

    you can give the credit limit for customer in FD32, display FD33, when u enter the invoice if its under credit limit its not showing any message, if its exeed crit limit at the time of invoice posting at F.28,

    or at the time order creation also showing the message, for release of order to exeed the credit limit VKM3, if u want to see the total customers credit limits S_ALR_87012179.

    please assign points if its useful

    regards

    sai krishna

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