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Retro Billing - Urgent

Hi Gurus,

Please any body tell me step by step process of Retro billing.

Condition Type PDIF in the pricing procedure where i need to maintain and what are setting for PDIF for in Pricing procedure.

it is very urgent...

Thanks in Advance

Madhu

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    Posted on May 22, 2008 at 04:13 AM

    Hi Rao,

    Hi

    Refer the link given below for PDF

    http://help.sap.com/printdocu/core/Print46c/en/data/pdf/SDBILRB/SDBILRB.pdf

    Retroactive billing is a special billing function often used in scheduling agreement processing.

    Features

    With the retroactive billing function, you can:

    Call up a list of documents affected by price changes

    Trigger the system to create the necessary retroactive billing documents directly from the list

    Create credit or debit memos directly

    Procedure

    In Billing choose Billing document Retro-billing.

    Enter a payer, a sales organization, to and from dates, and pricing type B or C .

    The system automatically proposes pricing type C . Besides these required entries, you can also enter a currency, sold-to party, or material to narrow your search.

    Choose Enter.

    The system creates a list, displaying documents and subtotals for each combination of currency, sold-to party and material.

    If you are working with this function for the first time you must first set the billing types for credit and debit memos and the order reasons for these documents.

    Choose Settings Change, enter your data, and choose Save. Although the system will propose these settings as default in future documents, you can change them at any time.

    Select the document or documents that you want to bill retroactively and choose Retro-billing.

    Only items with open quantities can be selected. If you cannot select an item, this means that it has already been processed.

    To simulate the retroactive billing function, choose Simulate

    Review any errors in a log

    Simulate the retroactive billing process for any document

    Regards

    Sasikanth.Ch

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    Posted on May 22, 2008 at 04:34 AM

    Hi,

    Please tell me about PDIF condition type where i need to maintain in pricing procedure. weather i need to maintain after Discounts or Taxes. what is Requriment type, calculation type and base type. . . .

    Need help . . .

    Madhu

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    • Former Member

      Hello,

      please have a look in your testsystem in transaction V/08. In the standard pricing procedure RVAA01 is the condition PDIF maintained before the MWST.

      In transaction V/06 you can check the definition of the condition type PDIF.

      I hope that the information are helpful.

      Regards

      Claudia

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2008 at 01:50 PM

    Hi, I need to know how is that the retrobilling calculation is being made.

    I have the following scenario. I have a list price of 5,00 $ and then change it to 6, 00. the first retrobilling invoice is created with the correct value but then if I change the price again, all the values calculated changes with and incorrect amount.

    Could sbdy explain me how the amounts are calculated?

    Thanks

    Jessica

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