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Invoice split & Delivery split

Can any body tell me what is Invoice split and Delivery split and how it is done?

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    Oct 22, 2008 at 05:47 AM

    Hi there,

    Delivery split: Sometimes in a sales order out of 10 ietms ordered, 3 may be from a different storage loc. Usually we can deliver all the items in 1 single delivery. But if the business chooses to send different deliveries based on the storage loc, we do it by delivery split. We send 1 delivery with 7 items & 3 of 1 storage loc in another.

    Invoice split: Same logic can apply for the invoice split also.

    Pls refer http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_03/helpdata/EN/38/c1853488601e33e10000009b38f83b/frameset.htm for further information

    Regards,

    Sivanand

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  • Oct 22, 2008 at 06:02 AM

    Dear Raj Kumar

    Please make use of the "Search" option b4 posting your question, as the question what you posted has been answered so many times.

    1) Delivery Split

    If you want to combine multiple sale orders in one delivery, the following should be same in all sale orders

    - Ship To Party

    - Inco Term

    - Delivery Priority

    - Shipping Point

    - Transportation Group

    If any of the above differs in any sale order, you will get delivery split which means, multiple deliveries will be created

    2) Invoice Split

    As like delivery split, if you would like to generate one invoice against multiple sale orders / deliveries, the following should be same in all preceding documents

    - Payer

    - Inco Term

    - Payment Term

    - Actual GI Date

    - Exchange rate in case of exports

    If any of the above differs, then you will get multiple invoices which is nothing but an invoice split.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Oct 22, 2008 at 06:04 AM

    Hi Raj

    Delivery split means, from one order multiple deliveries taking place.

    One order may contain several items.

    If the items have same Ship-to-party, Shipping point, Delivery due date, Route and Incoterm, then they can be process in one Delivery.

    If the above criterias are not same , then that order will be resulted in multiple deliveries and this is called Delivery split.

    Similarly,if from onr Delivery multiple Billing documents are taking place, then it is called Invoice split.

    If the Delivery contains multiple items and the items have same Payer, Payment term ,Billing date,Destination country and Incoterm, then they can be processed in one Billing document.

    If the above criterias are not same for the items in the delivery, then multiple Billing documents will take place from that Delivery automatically and this called Invoice split (automatic).

    You can also have item dependent Invoice split.

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