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Can we send invoice to our end customer without having invoice verification from our vendor in third party sale?

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  • Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 11:39 AM

    Yes

    Very much possible

    In third party there are 2 processes

    1. With shipping notification means that the third party informs you that he has delivered the material your customer and you can raise the invoice to your customer based on this shipping notification without having received your bill from the third party vendor

    Shipping Notification

    When the vendor has sent the material to the customer, they will normally send you a shipping notification, which, amongst other things, contains the exact quantity of material sent. You have the possibility to enter this shipping notification into the system in the form of a dummy goods receipt. It will be posted directly in consumption so that no stocks are created. The quantity of goods received then updates the quantity to be invoiced in the sales order. Therefore, it is possible to create the customer invoice before you receive the incoming invoice from the vendor.

    Billing Documents

    The billing documents are created on the basis of the order. Since the vendor might not deliver the exact quantity ordered, quantity adjustment takes place via the shipping notification.

    Vendor Invoice Verification

    The vendor invoice verification can take place after billing. The variance in purchasing can be updated in Controlling using retroactive billing.

    ControllingThe revenue and costs will be posted to CO-PA using the billing document.

    Key Points

    The customer invoice can be created on the basis of the shipping notification before receiving the incoming invoice from the vendor.

    2. Without shipping notification means that the third party does not passes the information about the details to you , of the delivery of the material to your customer

    In this case you cant raise invoice to your customer till you receive the invoice from your third party vendor

    For further details check the link

    http://help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/500/BBlibrary_start.htm

    Regards

    Raja

    Edited by: ramanathan raja on Oct 10, 2008 5:10 PM

    Edited by: ramanathan raja on Oct 10, 2008 5:23 PM

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 11:47 AM

    Hi Praveen,

    Yes It is POSSIBLE.

    If you make the follwing settings.

    1.Item Category - Billing Relevance - B

    2.Copy Controls from Sales Order to Delivery in Item Details

    Maintain "E"

    Thanks & regards,

    Hemant Patil

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 11:48 AM

    Hi Praveen,

    Yes It is POSSIBLE.

    If you make the follwing settings.

    1.Item Category - Billing Relevance - B

    2.Copy Controls from Sales Order to Billing in Item Details

    Maintain "E"

    Thanks & regards,

    Hemant Patil

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    Posted on Oct 10, 2008 at 11:48 AM

    Hello,

    The billing type for end customer invoice is F2 and is an order related billing. The billing quntity field in the copying control between OR --> F2 for TAS is F ( Invoice receipt quantity less invoiced quantity ). So the vendor invoice postings should be complated before customer invoice generation.

    Prase

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