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Document Type for invoice reduction

Good day, the SAP Library mentioned of invoice reduction due to price variance. We use txn MIRO for invoice verification, following process as in SAP library; when posting error occured No separate type exist for invoice reduction. When adding the Document type for invoice reduction in txnOMR4, I've used KG (Credit memo) also used KA, but these postings (credit note) go to the Goods Received/Invoice Received, is it possible that these credit memo created by the system go against the vendor?

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2008 at 02:41 PM

    u do not need any separate document type for invioce reduction

    what u need to do is select the invoice reduction varaint from layout in miro

    system will genrate 2 fi document after posting in miro

    1 will be invoice

    2 will be creedit memo

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    Posted on Feb 13, 2008 at 07:21 PM

    Hi,

    KG is the document type used in FI. you should not use this in invoice reduction.

    for invocie reduction use RE or the copy RE and make new document type say ZE.

    Regards

    Rajesh

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      I need to create a new doc type for credit memo, in trx MIRO. Can anyone tell me where do I have to assign this new document type to the credit memo? I have tried through OMR4 but it doesn´t seem to be working.

      Thx,

      Victoria

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