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Posting date to accounting for billing document

Dear Experts

In SD cycle, we have created billing document in first quarter. As per our customization settings the billing document was created with Posting block.

Now today i.e. in second quarter we want to release this billing document to accounting without opening the posting period for FI/CO. i.e. we want to release the billing document to accounting in current period. How to manage this??

Also I have another query, Billing document created in first Quarter is having one exchange rate (e.g. EXQ1). Let say current exchange rate is EXQ2.

Now when we release the same billing document today i.e. in second quarter, which exchange rate will be applicable to that billing document EXQ1 or EXQ2 ??

Thanx in advance

Kailash

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    Posted on Jun 09, 2008 at 06:48 AM

    1) Without opening the FI period, to solve your issue, apply User Exit ZXVVFU01, so that after clicking the green flag in VF02, system will ask you to input a date. Input the current date and save.

    2) Whatever exchange rate is there at header level in billing document, that will be considered when you release to accounting.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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