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Difference Between Cahs Sales, Rush Order and Standard Order

Hi gurus,

I want to know whole configration for rush order and difference between 1. Rush order and cash sales. 2. cash sales and standard order.

Would u please help me for this...

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Prashant.

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    Sep 10, 2008 at 09:39 AM

    Hi,

    1) Cash sale : in this delivery automatically happen when you save the sales order. After that you have to give an invoice to the customer.

    2) Rush order. Here also delivery automatically happen when you save the sales order. But the difference is you can send invoice after some time but the delivery should happen immidately.

    If you goto any super market first, you pick up the item and then pay the bill and then you will get the bill, this process is cash sales.

    Cash sales is order related billing whereas RO is delivery related.

    Cash sales is not relevant for availability check as you will be picking the goods whereas RO is relevant for availability check.

    Cash sales is also not relevant for credit management whereas RO is relevant credit management.

    Cash sales uses RD03 as output which immediately prints the invoice whereas RO uses standard output RD00.

    Cash sales has one time customer account group where as RO normally doesn't.

    For cash sales order type is BV or CS and for RO it is RO

    Cash sales triggers petty cash a/c where as in RO customers account is debited.

    Delivery and settlement will be done immediately in cash sales where as in RO only delivery will be done immediatrly.

    Rush Order/Cash Sales u2013

    Rush orders and Cash sales are sales document types that are used in the sales from plant process or when the customer needs to pick their goods immediately from the warehouse.

    In the sales document type, the following changes have to be made for rush order/cash sales u2013

    a. order type u2013 RO/CS

    b. shipping conditions u2013 immediately

    c. immediate delivery u2013 X

    d. lead time in days u2013 not to be specified

    e. delivery type u2013 LF/BV

    f. billing type u2013 F2/BV

    g. item category u2013 TAN/BVN

    h. schedule line category u2013 CP/CP

    In case of rush orders and cash sales once the goods have been withdrawn from the warehouse, picking and posting goods issue can begin.

    In case of rush orders, when you create the billing documents the system prints the invoice papers and sends them to the customer.

    But in case of cash sales, an order related billing index is generated automatically. This updates the billing due list. Billing type BV is created, while the billing due list is being processed and the system does not print invoices during billing for a cash sale.

    In cash sales when you save the order, the system automatically generates a cash receipt that can be given to the customer as an invoice and the goods are picked up from the warehouse immediately by the customer. You control the output with output type RD03, contained in the output determination procedure for order type CS.

    Best Regards,

    Amit

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    Sep 10, 2008 at 09:54 AM

    >

    > Hi gurus,

    >

    > I want to know whole configration for rush order and difference between 1. Rush order and cash sales. 2. cash sales and standard order.

    >

    > Would u please help me for this...

    >

    > Regards

    > Prashant.

    Cash Sales means sales for a customer on day to day for cash.

    In sap when u raise a cash sale order then delivery also will be created with order document. and after that v will do pgi and invoice.

    Cash Sales:

    Order Document type--CS

    Item Category--BVN

    Delivery Type--BV

    Billing Type--BV

    When u raise cash sale order for few items then delivery also created because in order type cs u will be giving (X) -- Immediate delivery and shipping Conditions 10 Immediate.

    Rush order

    Our database customer order for few products to be delivered immediatly but where as pgi and billing will follow as normal.

    Rush order

    Document Type--RO

    Item category---Tan

    Delivery Type--LF

    Billing Type - F2

    but only one prerequiste is one we will keep (X)-- immediate Delivery in document type and 10- Shipping Conditions in VOV8

    1. Difference between Cash sale and Rush order is in cash sale immediate delivery and billing will be done on same day. Where as in Rush order delivery will be happen on same day but billing not happen on same day.

    2. Difference between Cash Sale and Sales order is cash sale is immediate delivery and billing also happens on same day .Where as Sales order is depends on schedule line for delivery and billing as normal..

    For sales order

    order type--OR

    Item category--Tan

    Delivery type--LF

    Billing Type-F2

    Edited by: srinivasarao p on Sep 10, 2008 11:55 AM

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    Sep 10, 2008 at 09:39 AM

    Dear Prashant,

    Please go through this SAP help links it will help you about defference 1.Rush order and cash sales. 2. cash sales and standard order.

    Rush order

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/dd/55fc8e545a11d1a7020000e829fd11/frameset.htm

    Cash sales

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/dd/55fc67545a11d1a7020000e829fd11/frameset.htm

    Regarding Standard order

    Order Type is OR

    After creation of standard order(OR) delivery (LF)will be created manually with reference to the standard sales order after completion of Picking and PGI invoice(F2) will be created with the reference to the delivery document.

    I hope it will help you,

    Regards,

    Murali.

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    Sep 10, 2008 at 09:41 AM

    Hello,

    There are lot of threads available for this in this forum.

    Cash sales is an order type (BV) for when the customer orders, picks up and pays for the goods immediately. The delivery is processed as soon as the order has been entered.

    A cash invoice can be printed immediately from the order.

    The invoice papers are controlled with output type RD03, contained in the output determination procedure for order type BV.

    Receivables do not occur for the customer as they do for rush or standard orders, because the invoice amount is posted directly to a cash account.

    Rush Order : In a rush order transaction, the customer picks up the goods or you deliver the goods on the same day as the order is placed. In the standard system, when you save this sales document type, a delivery is automatically created and billing is related to the delivery.

    Prase

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  • Sep 10, 2008 at 09:42 AM

    Dear Prashant

    The main difference between these is

    - In cash sales the goods are paid for in cash

    - In a rush order transaction, the customer picks up the goods or you deliver the goods on the same day as the order is placed. However, the invoice is created later.

    For more information to implement this, please go through this link

    [Cash Sales / Rush Order |http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/dd/55fc5a545a11d1a7020000e829fd11/frameset.htm]

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Sep 10, 2008 at 09:51 AM

    Dear Prashant

    For creating Rush Order -

    Logistics- Sales and distribution - Sales.

    Choose Order

    Create. Enter the order type for rush orders (SO in the standard system) and, if necessary, the organizational data.

    The values for sales organization, for distribution channel and the division are usually proposed from user-defined parameters. Entries for the sales office and the sales group are optional.

    Choose Enter.

    Enter the following data:

    u2013 Customer number of the sold-to party

    u2013 Material numbers

    u2013 Order quantities for the materials

    Choose Enter.

    If, during the availability check, the system confirms only a part of the requested order quantity, the remaining quantity can be processed at a later point in time as a backorder.

    Save your document.

    The rush order can be processed later as a delivery-related billing transaction. Billing is performed in the usual way.

    Difference

    • In cash sales the goods are paid for in cash.

    • In a rush order transaction, the customer picks up the goods or you deliver the goods on the same day as the order is placed. However, the invoice is created later.

    In case of Cash Sale

    We use RD03 as an output type to get the proforma invoice from the sales order. This solves the purpose of customer payment against invoice. The actual invoice will be generated only after the

    goods are delivered.

    Again here we have Order related Billing.

    In both case, the Immediate Delivery creation is activated.

    Hope it helps you

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    Sep 10, 2008 at 09:52 AM

    Hi there,

    Rush orders is when the customer logs the order & you immediately send the goods. In VOV8, rush order SO will have shipping conditions "immediate" / "as soon as possible".

    Delivery can be a standard LF or any customized delivery. Billing is done as per the standard SAP logic after the PGI. There is no billing at the time of order load.

    Cash Sale is when customer pays the cash at the time of ordering. In VOV8, cash sale BV will have shipping condition "immediate" / "As soon as possible". Delivery type is also BV. Delivery will be immediately created. When the order is saved, it will trigger a cash sale BV invoice which you give the customer then & there.

    Standard order is OR for which delivery is LF. Invoice is triggered after the PGI.

    Regards,

    Sivanand

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    Sep 10, 2008 at 09:58 AM

    Cash sale order related billing contolled by its item category

    Rush order delivery related billing contolled by its item category

    Cash sale when saved delivery is automatically created because we configure immediate delivery switch in its order type and when we save the delivery an inv print is triggred

    thro output type RD03 which is set in its order type that can be treated as billing document

    In rush order when saved delivery is automatically created because we configure immediate delivery switch in its order type and and then the process is normal one

    In Cash sale PGI we have to do separately billing due list is updated

    In rush order after PGI delivery doc will feature in billing due list

    We need to have customer master records must for Rush order

    Cash sale customers can be treated as one time a.c group customers

    Standard order behaviour

    1. Delivery related billing

    2. No immediate delivery swith is activated at order type

    3. Picking,pgi normal behaviour in standard order

    4. Once PGI is done your delivery appears in billing due list

    In cash sale and Rush order delivery is created without even availability check and in standard order delivery is created only after availability check

    Raja

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