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The document is not relevant for billing.

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Please help me regarding the following issue

When I am creating the invoice in VF01 I am getting an error like "The document is not relevant for billing" in Error log report

Delivery is created successfully,PGI is also done. when i am trying to create invoice getting an error "The document is not relevant for billing" after that i made the changes in VOV7 for item category in Billing relevance from "blank" to"A"

Now i won't to create invoice without doing reverse PGI and deleting the delivery,

Please give me a solution for this

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on May 09, 2018 at 07:59 AM

    Hello,

    the invoice index is created when you post goods issue. In your case the setting was that no invoice index was created (billing relevance in copy control was blank). So you need to create new documents with the new settings that the invoice index is created.

    Best Regards

    Edda

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    • Thanks for your response,

      Actually i want to Know for exp: I have 100 numbers of sales order and I already processed delivery and PGI for it.

      But at time of creating invoices got to know about "the billing relevant error".

      Then I made required changes VOV7 for item category in Billing relevance from "blank" to"A"

      As per your concern"the invoice index is created when you post goods issue. So you need to create new documents with the new settings that the invoice index is created."

      instead of create new documents (deleting all delivery and reverse PGI), Is there any other way to do it?.

  • Posted on Oct 18, 2018 at 05:49 AM

    Please refer to Note 127514 to update VBAP-FKREL with the new value in TVAP-FKREL, then refer to Note 319866 to update VBAP-FKREL with the new value in TVAP-FKREL.

    After that you should be able to create the invoice.

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