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Invoice- urgent!!!

My question,

We have an invoice that shows an accounting doc was created, but when we look at the Document flow there's no Accounting document created in Doc flow? Does anyone have a logic answer for this? How come the Accounting document is not showing in the document flow?

Also when we click on the Status Overview we get the Pop Up Showing- Not relevant for FI what does that mean and why are we geting this msg?

Thank you

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 04:14 PM

    Dear Anne

    I dont know where you see the comments "that shows an accounting doc was created".

    To reconfirm this, go to VF02, give the billing document number and click the green flag on top. If the accounting document has already been created, your above comments is correct. Or else, check in copy control whether "Update Document flow" was selected.

    Thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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      In the Invoice if you click on the tab that shows Accounting list of documents in accounting- were able to see the accounting document here.

      What do u mean by - copy control for Document flow? do u have the menu path for this or T-code? never heard of this???

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    Posted on Jan 29, 2008 at 03:33 PM

    Please check the net value of the Invoice. If the net value is Zero then no accounting document will be generated.

    Ramesh

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