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Inbound IDOC that create sales order with reference to INV or SO

Hi all,

I have a situation where I will get the inbound SO IDOC, through IDOC_INPUT_ORDERS and create a sales order with reference to a invoice number or another sales order (eg: consignment pick up and consignment fill up).

Except modifying the standard formed BDC in the FM, by adding additional screen code into the BDC, is there any other way to do so?

(eg: assign value into certain field in IDOC? Using another IDOC FM?)

Please advice.


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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 03:43 AM

    Hi Kar seng,

    Are you sure WEL1 setting is correct?

    The message seems to be telling you that it is looking for a vendor with

    number 00000000 (zero) which doesn't sound too good to me.

    You therefore bill the intercompany customer in sales org 0021 (the

    intercompany receivable is in 0021). The intercompany payable is thus in

    company code 0043, so that looks right.

    Other things to check:

    1. Does your IV billing document get generated in sales organisation

    0043 with customer 300043 as the bill-to?

    2. Check the number of 0's you have in WEL1 Log.addr field. We use

    alphanumeric customer numbers for our "internal" customers so there's

    not an issue with leading zeroes, but it might be a problem for you. it

    seems you've got it right because you've padded with leading zeroes to

    get it to 10 long, but you never know.

    3. have you created your RD04 condition records in VV31 correctly?

    I guess u may find the answer to this link.

    hope this helps,

    kindly reward if found helpful.



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