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STO PO value not copied to invoice(IV)

Hi All,

When I'm trying to create a Intercompany billing (IV) for a Replenishment Delivery Document (NLCC) from an Stock Transfer Order ,the invoice value is appearing as Zero.

Also in the pricing procedure the condition type ECSP is not copied.

Please advise as to what settings I need to check to ensure that value gets copied into the invoice.

Regards

Rasheed

Edited by: Rasheed Ahamed on Jan 17, 2009 11:01 AM

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    Posted on Jan 18, 2009 at 07:16 AM

    Hello Rasheed,

    Please review the note in this regard:

    338922 Analysis note for Cross Company transactions

    Especially,please be carefully review the following information

    contained in this note.

    (6) Conditions PI01/PI02/IV01/IV02

    In the stock transfer process it may be required that the value

    in the intercompany billing document corresponds to the value in

    the stock transfer order.As of Release 4.0, you have the option

    to copy conditions from the stock transfer order.For this, you

    should use the 'Price source' field with setting 'A' (conditions

    from purchase order) in Customizing in the copying control

    (delivery to billing document).It is also useful to choose

    pricing type 'G' here as well.

    In more details,

    1- In copy control for billing creation from replenishment cross company

    delivery to intercompany billing, the field Price source must be 'A'.

    2- in the same copy control the Pricing type is advisable 'G'.

    3- make sure that both pricing procedures in billing and purchase have

    the same condition.

    Regards,

    Alex

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