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There is a field in sales Document Type in VOV8, INDICATOR.

Pl. tell me the use of this field.

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 12:51 PM

    It is the Sales document indicator for further classification if required.

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 01:39 PM

    hi

    the indicator in VOV8 mostly use for invoice correction. if u see the doc. type RK u will see indicator D ,

    which reprents the the particular doc. will flow for the invoice correction , so it means indicator going to control the flow in the document,

    if u see the copy control ( vtaf ) u will see for f1- rk ,

    there is 2 posibilty

    1, invoice is corrected to give credit ,

    2, invoice is corected to give debit,

    so thr is probabity of either credit or debit, so for dat item category would be either G2N or L2N , similary it would have two pricing type E & M which gonna decide how the system will take the pricing data.

    i think it wud be give u some idea abt the indicator,

    pls reward some point if u like the solution.

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2008 at 04:03 PM

    Hello,

    Sales document type fields give more control over the documents. As you can see if the document type is a quotation, it will have a docuement type as C.

    Eg: When you create free goods, it will not work for the sales docs which is having document type as C... means free goods determination is not possible for quotations.

    Prase

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