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when do you create debit memo request on order quantity basis?

on what situation do you create a debit memo request on order quantity basis. Can any one help me on this please

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2008 at 11:54 AM

    Hi krishna

    Business scenario for debit memo :

    customer order qty : 8

    delivery document qty : 8

    But delivered qty : 10

    The depo people delivered by mistake 2nos extra with 8nos delivery document.

    Later customer informed this message, now the company need to raise debit memo for collecting the 2nos money from customer.

    Debit memo request - debit memo

    with regards

    lakky

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    Posted on Mar 24, 2008 at 11:45 AM

    Hello Krishna,

    Debit memo request: L2

    1. The debit memo process is used when we charge a customer lower than the required amount for the goods sent.

    2. When configuring the sales document type “debit memo request” L2 – you can automatically set a billing block (VOV8) that can be released by an authorised person during processing prior to billing.

    3. It is the billing in the finance dept, which in turn is the actual creation of a debit note that is sent to the customer.

    4. It is suggested to make the order reason and reference to

    billing document (invoice) and billing block in debit memo a mandatory field to ensure the traceability.

    5. standard item category used is L2N; order related billing type – L2 (invoice); Inter-company billing type - IV

    6. Items in contracts and debit memo requests do not have schedule lines, as there is no movement of material involved.

    REWARD POINTS IF HELPFUL

    Regards

    Sai

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