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Changes in orders after subsequent document creation

Nov 21, 2017 at 01:16 PM

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Once a delivery or billing is generated for any line item, there will not be any pricing update in sale order as the condition tab would be greyed out including "Update" button. I think this is the standard behavior. How it is happening, any configuration or based on the codes in the program. If so kindly clarify the configuration or program related to this.

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Kamlesh Kumar Arya Nov 21, 2017 at 02:52 PM
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Once a delivery or billing is generated for any line item, there will not be any pricing update in sale order as the condition tab would be greyed out including "Update" button

Hi,

"Update" button is grayed out only after invoice is created not after delivery creation/PGI.

Regards

Kamlesh

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Hi Kamlesh,

Thanks for your response. In my case the update button is not greyed out even after billing creation.

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Siva Prasad Vasireddy Nov 23, 2017 at 06:31 AM
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Hi,

Did you check if any Transaction variant is active at order level

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Veselina Peykova
Nov 23, 2017 at 08:11 AM
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There is a tremendously useful sap note on the subject: 208245 - Availability of fields in sales orders, which I strongly recommend that you read and understand as it will save you from a lot of guess work in the future.

By following the recommendations in it I searched for KONV in MV45AFFE_FELDAUSWAHL_STATUS and found the following code in my sandbox that explains the standard system behavior:

Basically it means that if you have order-related billing and if your document is partially or fully billed - you cannot modify prices.

If you have delivery-related billing and you have non-zero invoiced quantity - you cannot modify prices.

If you use billing plan you can still modify prices.

There are ways to adjust the availability of fields in the sales order via enhancements or restrict additionally price modification from VA02 in general via authorizations or configuration (in many companies for standard O2C process users cannot modify prices at all from VA02 except for repricing), but you need to test very carefully what would be the impact. I cannot really give a suggestion what would be the outcome if you gray out fields in the pricing screen, because I have not worked on such requirement for billing plans for example and it is quite possible that your setup and business processes differ from what others have in their systems.


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Thanks Madam!

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If Mam is a short word for Madam, it may be best to refrain from using it on international forums.

In my country this term is used to describe the female owner of "a house of ill repute" and it is far from polite or flattering :)

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Thanks Madam.

No more comments on it. Neither it would be good to say that it depends on country,region etc...

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