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Urgent: RV_INVOICE_CREATE - With Posting significance

Hi everyone.

I am trying to use the RV_INVOICE_CREATE and RV_INVOICE_DOCUMENT_ADD to create a billing doc. Both these function modules have a parameter WITH_POSTING.

1. Can anyone tell me what is the significance of this parameter.

2. What are the possible values to this parameter.

3. How to determine what value is to be passed.

Thanks in advance. Please help me on this ... answers will be rewarded with points.

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    Posted on Jan 23, 2008 at 01:04 AM

    Hi,

    Here you go....

    ' ' = do not update directly (this is done separately using the function module RV_INVOICE_DOCUMENT_ADD)

    'A' = update directly without error log (VBSK,VBFS) - asynchronous

    'B' = update directly with error log (VBSK,VBFS) - asynchronous

    'C' = update directly without error log (VBSK,VBFS) - synchronous

    'D' = update directly with error log (VBSK,VBFS) - synchronous

    'E' = update directly without error log (VBSK,VBFS) - without commit

    'F' = update directly without error log (VBSK,VBFS) - without commit

    'G' = only for internal use by the POS interface no billing document update, accounting and info system is updated.

    'H' = do not update directly, simulation of billing doc creation and transfer to FI, no final data initialization.

    Let me know if this doesnt help you...

    Regards,

    Venky

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