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SAP Credit Management "Credit Limit Seasonal Factor".

Hello Everyone,

We have several customers that are doing business with us on advance payment means 0 Credit Limit is set in FD32. However at the time of down paymnet customers deduct withholding tax amout which is 4% of the order value. (E.g order value = 100 rupees but cusotmer down payment is received 96 rupees after deduction of 4% withholding tax).

so, the situtation is, in FD32 special Liabilites showing 96 rupees but we have to book sales order of value 100 rupees.

Due to 0 credit limit system is blocking the sales order the moment order value is increasing from 96. However our requirement is that system should not block the sales order until the value is not exceeding rupees 100.

I have tried to cover this scenario from "Credit Limit Seasonal Factor" where I have defined 4.2 % from '01-Oct-2016' to '31.12.9999' but system is still blocking the sales order just because the customer's credit limit is 0.

Can anybody guide me how to handle this scenario ?

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  • Nov 08, 2016 at 01:35 PM
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    A few facts from my side:

    • credit limit check is against the order credit value (CMPRE).
    • CMPRE depends on subtotal in your pricing procedure (subtotal A).

    If you wish to check the order against 96 rupees for credit purposes- play with the conditions in your pricing procedure (of course, you need to double-check with your finance experts whether this is in line with the company policy).

    And yes, as you correctly pointed out, seasonal factors cannot help you in your case - 4.2% of zero is still zero. :)

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