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Need to know ,how SAP is Posting wrong Enrtry at the Table level for Same .

Hello SAP Experts ,

Good Morning Gems!!!

I have a Typical Issue here , SAP Is Posting In wrong tables

. Production is currently processed everything that it should process. This works as designed.

PO = 7800507594 (From Plant 5400 to Plant 5409 - only NL, no intercompany)

Dlvry = 81243277 (Has PGI but no Invoice, as it is the same company code!!!

The issue is that for some reason, SAP has put an entry into table VKDFS by mistake. This table is used by SAP to determine the list in VF04. This is why VF04 thinks it should create an invoice, but it should not. so we are getting error message that the Invoice cannot be created , which is valid, and a good thing.

Do we have OSS for 2 things:

1) A note that mentions why it is determining the wrong CoCode or Sales Area which leads to the entry into this table

This is to stop it from adding entries incorrectly.

2) A note that mentions how to fix the existing entries in this table that should not be there?

Awarded Full Points for the Correct answer

Thansk and Regards

Adarsh Srivastava

Supply Chain Consultant ,

CSC INDIA

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2009 at 05:11 AM

    Dear Friend,

    I guess you item category in Delivery Document would be NLN.

    Go to VOV7 & under Business Data there is a check box for Billing Relevance. This box should be blank. I mean if there is any entry in this box (either A or J) then remove it & make it blank.

    Hope this helps...

    Thanks,

    Jignesh Metha

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