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Accounting document RV how it is mapped? if it is not maintained BT?


How a/c document type RV is taken if we are not maintained any doc type in Billing Type?

ex: i created an invoice, and released to accounting, a/c doc RV has been created for this. But i would like to know how this is triggered ?



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    Posted on Dec 12, 2008 at 01:29 AM


    It is a default standard settings that is document type field in general control tab is kept blank in VOFA or you can take it as standard behaviour

    The system will automatically pick up RV accounting doc type

    If you specifically assign some other doc type system will take that

    Blank means RV will be picked

    It is not only for F1 and F2 but for many other billing types commonly G2 credit memo,L2 debit memo

    the field DOCUMENT TYPE in general control tab in VOFA is kept blank so that system will pick RV

    Blank means RV accounting document type automatcally picked up



    Edited by: ramanathan raja on Dec 12, 2008 7:07 AM

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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2008 at 07:14 PM

    Hi mahesh

    Go to OBA7 and check the all the accounting documents.Here you select document type RV and check the details.



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