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Credit Management not consider Tax Value

Dear Gurus,

My credit management is working fine, but system only cross check the net value against credit limit, not accumulating the tax value in it.

lets say my credit limit is zero 0 dollar, order net value is 1000 $ and tax is 100 $, but while credit check system gives the message that "credit limit has been exceed by 1000 $" i want it should be give message of $1100.

Please guide.

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3 Answers

  • Nov 30, 2017 at 08:18 AM

    With the standard calculation type routine 4, system should consider tax value also and I am not sure, how you were telling, it is not calculating. Ensure no exit or customized routine is assigned in OVA8

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    • Dear G Lakshmipathi,

      Sir screen shot is attached of the pricing procedure, please review and share your best judgment.

      I have check all the setting, every thing is fine so far.

      Looking for your response. Thanks.

  • Nov 30, 2017 at 08:53 AM

    Hi Imran,

    Check the credit price VBAP-CMPRE whether is it order net value or net value + Tax? Also in the pricing procedure V/08 used for pricing, subtotal "A" must be entered in a line for determining the credit value. Usually, the net value plus taxes is used. This way the system is determined to use this subtotal for credit pricing.

    The credit price is stored in field VBAP-CMPRE and used for update and credit check.

    Thanks

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  • Nov 30, 2017 at 09:10 AM

    Did you check OVA8 as I already indicated?

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    • Dear Sir,

      I have no such intentions, I always wants to give credit to my gurus on this forum.

      Since the layout is change for the forum I have such issues, I will try to resolve it out by myself, with thanks.

      Sorry for the trouble you are facing. Thanks.