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Vendor Cash Discount

Hi Team,

Need help on Vendor Cash discount:

We are on ECC 6.00 with splitting ON.

Scenario 1.

PO or non PO invoice with the account assignment with any CO object should get the discount back to the same CO object when we pay the vendor on time. This is working as the network or cost cntr gets the discount recd. Cr back to them thru the Cost element. Thru SKE transaction key.

The issue is when the procurement is being done for inventory, this discount should map back to the MAP on the same material number, and this is where I am hitting a wall.

Can someone please advise how to handle this?

Thanks

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 06:23 AM

    hi kaushik

    while maintaning info record you can give vendor discounts for that particular material

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 03:41 PM

    HI BASS

    U CAN USE MEKE IS T COD E FOR VENDOR DISCOUNTS

    THIS WILL DEFENITLY USEFUL FOR U

    PLS GIVE REWARD POINTS IF IT BENEFITS TO U

    REGARDS

    KISHORE REDDY

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    • Former Member

      Thanks Kishore,

      Let me rephrase the issue, when vendor gives cash discount for Inventory precurement the discount should be mapped back to the material and change the MAP.

      I am able to map back the discount if the Po had a assignment to project or cost cntr.

      Please let me know if there is something i should do to get the discount back to the material.

      Thanks and Regards

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