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invoice order value not quantity

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I have one scenario where i want to invoice the order value with multiple invoice. When the order value fully referenced in invoice system should not allow me to invoice. I want check in order value not order quantity (means i can invoice fully order quantity multiple time untill my order value fully referenced)

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    Posted on Sep 13, 2008 at 03:37 AM

    Dear Sarkar,

    As per the standard functionality SAP system will consider quantity reference only if you want value wise reference then you need try with the User Exits with the help of ABAPer.

    Some of the User Exits are

    USEREXIT_FILL_VBRK_VBRP (Module pool SAPLV60A, program RV60AFZC)

    This user exit is only called when the billing document is created. It is used to provide the header and the item of the new billing document with deviating or additional data.

    USEREXIT_PRINT_ITEM (Module pool SAPLV61A, program RV61AFZB)

    Printing the item line of a billing document can be supplemented or changed.

    USEREXIT_PRINT_HEAD (Modulpool SAPLV61A, Programm RV61AFZB)

    Printing the header line of a billing document can be supplemented or changed.

    User exits in program RV60AFZD

    Short descriptions of the user exits are contained in the program:

    USEREXIT_RELI_XVBPAK_AVBPAK

    USEREXIT_NEWROLE_XVBPAK_AVBPAK

    USEREXIT_NEWROLE_XVBPAP_AVBPAK

    I hope this will help you,

    Regards,

    Murali.

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  • Posted on Sep 23, 2008 at 06:43 AM

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