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Difference between XK01 and MK01 (Create vendor)

When we should use XK01 and when MK01 ?

Can we change vendor created by MK01 by T-code XK02 ?

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 12:30 PM

    Hi

    XK01 is used if u want to create vendor master at company code level

    it means if u have created a vendor master using xk01 then the information stored in it like terms of payment or the partner role remains vaild for all the plants irrespective of place ofr plant like i can have palnts in delhi mumbai and for both the palnt i need differnt payemnt terms or differnty partner role

    MK01 u can create VM for P group i.e In MK01 you are creating vendor at purchase organization level means you can not create company code specific data in this.

    Vishal...

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 30, 2008 at 12:35 PM

    hi,

    XK01 is vendor code created centrally , means the same code can be used for all the modules, and all view are extended here.

    in MK01, it is only purchasing.

    it will open the vendor code for only purchasing organization and not in company code.here only purchase view is created and not accounting

    FK01 is another way to open vendor code only at company code level and not in purchase organization level.

    in XK01 u r opening the same in both company and purhase organization level

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