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Closing Third Party Sales Order without goods receipt and billing


I have a requirement wherein third party sales order is created in plant in SAP.

So it creates sales order -> Purchase Requistion -> Purchase Order.

Now I don't want to book goods receipt in SAP. I also don't want to book invoice in SAP.

This means, once I create sales order and goods are delivered to customer physically, I should be able to close the sales order.

Rejection reason can not be used here because, there is purchase order created which ca not be deleted.

Is there any other way, which I can use and close the sales order.

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  • Posted on Dec 03, 2017 at 09:36 AM

    Is this a fraud case? or why don't you want to bill what was delivered?

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2017 at 09:51 AM

    What is the material type you are going to use?

    At SD side,

    Say, your material is HAWA, then determine your item category and schedule line category for your sales order accordingly.
    Sales Doc Type - SD (Subsequent Delivery Free of Charge)

    Item Category - KLS (F.O.C Non-stock Item)

    Schedule Line Category - You would need a custom Schedule line similar to CS.
    Where you need a custom MM Item Category(similar to 5 - Third-party),
    which should get closed once Third Party PO is created w/o GR or IR.

    Hope this all process is relevant for COPA.
    Else, as rightly suggested by Jurgen, why you need this on ERP system!


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