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dunning area

hi guys

when ever define Define dunning area(OB61) there u can give company code and second one dunning area at there what we have to mention, normally we maintain blank at that place. at what purpouse we have to that area.

hi guys pl explain

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prasanthi

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    Posted on May 24, 2008 at 05:36 AM

    hi Prasanthi

    Dunning area represents a sub-structure of the Company code. If different responsibilities and different dunning procedures exists within a company code, one can set up corresponding dunning areas.

    This is used if several organizational units are responsible for carrying out dunning within one company code. These organizational units are referred to as dunning areas. The dunning area can correspond to a profit center, a distribution channel, a sales organization or a business area.

    The individual dunning areas can use different procedures or the same dunning procedure

    The dunning areas with the required dunning procedures are to be entered into the customer or vendor master record if you use different dunning procedures. Otherwise, the system uses the standard dunning procedure. The dunning area is then entered in the line item. The system enters the dunning area into the master record automatically with the corresponding data.

    thanx

    Vijay

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