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Single Invoice for two sales areas

Hello SAP Gurus,

I have a scenario that Iu2019ll appreciate if a solution could be proffered

Contractually, a customer requires materials from a company (company code), and these materials will be sold from 2 or more sales areas within the company code. However, a single invoice, which will list the items and their individual prices, is what is required to be given the customer. What solution can I use to resolve this?


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    Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 10:41 AM

    Dear Luqman,

    Try with common distribution channels and common Divisions

    You refer the one distribution channel and one division (which are going to use to create the master data) to the other sales organinations, distribution channels and divisions through VOR1 and VOR2 transaction.

    Now you can create master data under Referenced Distribution channel and division.This master data you can use for all sales areas.

    Now you can create single sales order for all material which are belongs to different sales areas then you can do the delivery then you can do single billing for all materials.

    I hope this will help you,



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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 11:37 AM


    If you manage to put all the materials in a single sales order ,then the idea suggested by Mr.Murali may work out

    For this a lot of customization you have to do

    If the scenario is, there is a single customer ,who lies in multiple sales areas and himself being the payer and the terms of payment in all sales areas are same and you are registering orders for him in different sales areas for different products and you are creating deliveries and if you want all that combined to be in a singe invoice then


    Because different sales areas means either sales org or distribution channels are going to be different in sales orders and deliveries

    These form the header data in billing documents and the header data being different, invoice split will happen

    Even if your scenario doesnt involve delivery also it is not possible to combine

    Moreover the idea suggested by Mr. Murali will not also work out because common division and common distribution channel concept applies within one sales org

    The master data can only be shared within a sales org

    Different sales areas means different either distribution channels or different sales orgs and so it will not work

    Moreover all sales documents (sales order) are confined to a single sales area and the assignment is unique

    If you want to combine them into single invoice is out of SAP logic

    This is tested out



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  • Posted on Dec 19, 2008 at 01:41 PM

    Hi luqmon

    Say you have material - MAT1 ; Customer - 1000 ; 1st sales area is - 1000/10/10 ; 2nd sales area - 2000/20/20

    So make sure that the material MAT1 is available in both sales areas

    Even customer (KUNNR) is also available in both sales areas . If you have created in 1st sales area then extended it to 2nd sales area.

    Maintain same pricing procedure for both sales areas in OVKK

    Maintain a access sequence with the key combination Sales orgn / material . and assign the access sequnece to the Pricing (PR00) condition type

    Now Maintain the condition record for the material MAT1 in VK11 , with the key combination of sales orgn / material

    Now when you create the sales order and do delivery , PGI and when you do billing then you can see the price of the material maintained in that VK11 based on sales orgn

    But yours can be solved either with a LIS report also



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