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intercompany process - document flow

hello all,

i have to do a document-flow list based on values for the intercompany process with reference to the original sales order.

the intercompany process can only handle order-related invoices.

the intercompany process is not related to the logistic-process via document-flow, key figure is only the order-no in SD-Order-of one company, which represents the SD-order-no of the logistic process.

original sd order -> contract1->sd order1-> open/close flags ->invoice->

-> contract1->po order1-> open/close flags ->invoice->

original sd order -> contract2->sd order2-> open/close flags ->invoice->

original sd order -> contract2->po order2-> open/close flags ->invoice->

what table/field do i use to get the original sales order?

do you have some tips regarding the folowing flow?

original sd order

-> contract1->sd order1-> open/close flags ->invoice

-> contract1->po order1-> open/close flags ->invoice

-> contract2->sd order2-> open/close flags ->invoice

-> contract2->po order2-> open/close flags ->invoice

best regards,

emilia

Edited by: EMI on Jul 3, 2008 2:09 PM

Edited by: EMI on Jul 3, 2008 2:11 PM

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2008 at 12:17 PM

    Hi

    Try table VBFA - Sales Document Flow by entering sales order number

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    • Former Member

      about the vpfa table

      so, just to be sure:

      if sd order 1 is part of the intercompany process i can still use vbfa to get, for example, sd order 2 (also a document part of the intercompany process )?

      even if this should be obvious please tell me if i am corect 😊

      thanks for the help,

      Best regards,

      emilia

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