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what is difference between

Static Credit and DYNAMIC CREDIT CHECK ??

coudl you explaine me indetail??

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  • Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 03:03 AM

    Please dont use the subject "urgent" instead you could have used "Credit Check" for your question which would have been most appropriate.

    Anyway, please check the link

    [Difference Between Static and Dynamic Credit Check |http://www.sap-basis-abap.com/sd/difference-between-static-and-dynamic-credit-check.htm]

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 03:14 AM

    HI Supriya,

    Go through this link it will give you details about difference between

    "Static Credit and DYNAMIC CREDIT CHECK"

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/93/74382d546011d1a7020000e829fd11/content.htm

    I hope it will help you

    Regards,

    Murali.

    Edited by: Murali Mohan.Tallapaneni on Apr 10, 2008 5:14 AM

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 03:40 AM

    Hi,

    Simple Credit Check : Tr.Code - FD32

    It Considers the Doc.Value + Open Items.

    Doc.Value : Sales Order Has been saved but not delivered

    Open Item : Sales Order has been saved , Delivered, Billed & Transfered to FI, but not received the payment from the customer.

    Static Credit Check: it checks all these doc value & check with the credit limit

    1) Open Doc.Value / Sales Order Value : Which is save but not delievered

    2) Open Delivery Doc.Value : Which is delivered but not billed

    3) Open Billing Doc.Value : Which is billed but not posted to FI

    4) Open Item : Which is transfered to FI but not received from the customer.

    Dynamic Credit Check 1) Open Doc

    2) Open Delivery

    3) Open Billing

    4) Open Items

    5) Horizon Period = Eg.3Months

    Here the System will not consider the above 1, 2, 3 & 4 values for the lost 3 months.

    Hope this helps you.

    Regards,

    Rakesh

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 05:21 AM

    hi,

    Static Credit Limit Check

    The customer's credit exposure may not exceed the established credit limit. The credit exposure is the total combined value of the following documents:

    - Open orders

    - Open deliveries

    - Open billing documents

    - Open items (accounts receivable)

    The open order value is the value of the order items which have not yet been delivered. The open delivery value is the value of the delivery items which have not yet been invoiced. The open invoice value is the value of the billing document items which have not yet been forwarded to accounting. The open items represent documents that have been forwarded to accounting but not yet settled by the customer.

    Dynamic Credit Limit Check with Credit Horizon

    The customer's credit exposure is split into a static part; open items, open billing, and delivery values (see above), and a dynamic part, the open order value. The open order value includes all undelivered or only partially delivered orders. The value is calculated on the shipping date and stored in an information structure according to a time period that you specify (days, weeks, or months). When you define the credit check, you can then specify a particular horizon date in the future (for example: 10 days or 2 months, depending on the periods you specify). For the purposes of evaluating credit, you want the system to ignore all open orders that are due for delivery after the horizon date. The sum of the static and dynamic parts of the check may not exceed the credit limit.

    regards

    sadhu kishore

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