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Hi Friends,

I am facing an error while creating single invoice for multiple deliveries with different Sold to Parties in Sales Orders.

I dont know whehter it is possible in SAP or not..

Please help me!

I have searched the threads but i didnt find the solution with different Sold to Parties.

i.e.

1)Order-->Delivery

2)Order-->Delivery

then trying to create Single Invoice for 1st and 2nd(Order->Delivery) in VF04

Here, in 1st Order Partner Functions are

SP-38,

SH-38,

BP-38

PY-38

where as in 2nd Order Partner Functions are

SP-39,

SH-39,

BP-39

PY-38

Here

1.Payer

2.Payment terms

3.Destination country

4.Actual GI date

5.Incoterms

6.Billing date and billing due date

7.Billing doc type

All these are same...

with regards

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    Posted on Mar 10, 2009 at 10:41 AM

    Hi,

    What error or Split Analysis are you getting give in detail..

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    • Dear Azeez

      With sold to parties being different All the other combination creteria being the same you can not combine in to single invoices as per standard SAP

      To overcome this you need to develop routine

      But not advisable

      Dear Azeez

      Your requirement was tested by me sometime back and enclosed herewith the thread

      Forum post in ERP SD Sales: One invoice, one payer, several customer

      one-invoice-one-payer-several-customer

      Dear Azeez

      I have already tested this in a project practically and hence i was very confident on my reply

      But nowhere it is mentioned either in SAP books or study materials that we cannot combine different sales orders into single billing document with payer being the same with sold to parties are different

      Hence many members are under the impression it should be possible in standards

      Regards

      Raja

      Edited by: ramanathan raja on Apr 9, 2009 11:26 PM

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    Posted on Mar 10, 2009 at 11:54 AM

    Azeez,

    Basic rule is you can have a standard sold to party and any no of ship to party. which means for one sold to party you can have many ship to parties. But your scenario is little bit different. Since sold to party appears in header details you are getting error in Header details. This being not changeable partner function if you try to replace it with other sold to party it will definitely throw an error.

    Lets try to resolve this

    Partner Determination:

    Lets go Set up Partner Determination Function for customer --> in creating partner functions lets Activate Ship to party as Not Modifiable and Mandatory(Activate indicators). Sold to party and other partner functions we will de activate the indicators.

    Now try to run the scenario.... and also check copy controls in VTLA

    Note:Else seek Abapers help

    Regards

    Sathya

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    Posted on Mar 13, 2009 at 06:20 AM

    Hi

    I think, you should be able to combine the Deliveries into one Billing document even if the Sold-to-parties are different.

    Ofcouse the criterias for Collective invoice must be same like Payer,Payment terms etc. which you have already checked that they are same.

    Sold-to-party is not a header data in Billing and it is not a criteria for combining Deliveries into one Billing document.

    Rather, Bill-to-party is a header data in Billing which may cause a split.

    In your case, Bill-to-parties are different (38 and 39 respectively in two document).

    So I will request you to try once by making the BP same (either 38 or 39 for both the sales orders), then create the Deliveries and then go to VF04 and proceed..

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    Posted on Apr 03, 2009 at 12:05 PM

    Hi,

    I will try the scenarios according the replies..and i will get back.

    with regards

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