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issue with order types

Hi Friends..

I Need your inputs on this issue...

For the warranty order type..

Currently there is a field called 'usage' on the warranty order. If the usage is 200, it means it's a product warranty. That would be like if you bought a washer and something on it failed and it was still under warranty. If the usage is 022, it means it's a part warranty. That would be if you bought a specific part and the part failed within the warranty period. Currently, they all go to the same G/L account and at month end they make manual journal entries to get the dollars into the right account. Is there any way to direct these 2 different types of warranties into different g/l's without setting up new order types?.

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    Posted on Jan 28, 2008 at 01:36 PM


    I fear it's not about your order type. This is an integration point between SD - FI. It's got to do with your Account Assignment, where you carry out the cost / price value to the relevant G/L account.

    For this you maintain entries for :

    Application ,

    Cont. Type,

    Chart of Account,

    Sales Org,

    Cust Acct. Ass. Group,

    Matl. Acc. Ass. Grp.,

    Account Key,

    G/L Account

    Here depending on your requirement, create a seperate Material Account Assignment Group for different materials, do the necessary assaginment in the Material Master and carry out the Account Assignment as mentioned above (T.Code VKOA)

    This could be your solution. Award point if useful.



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