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vendor is the same as customer

hi gurus,

i have situation where the vendor happens to be the clients customer and it so happens that the client sells good to him and instead of cash he gives good to them being their vendor and the client clears the purchase invoice against a sales invoice .. how can i do this .. help

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sayeed

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    Posted on Mar 18, 2009 at 10:54 AM

    Hi sayeed ,

    If you are purchasing as well as selling to the same party i.e. customer and vendor are same, you can do following.

    1) Create Customer Master Data for the Party.

    2) Create Vendor Master Data for the same Party.

    3) Go to tranaction for Change Customer, go to Control Tab and specify the Vendor No in Vendor field.

    4) Go to Payment Transactions tab, select the indicator "Clearing with Vendor".

    5) Repeat steps 3 and 4 for Vendor Master data change as well. Specify Customer No in Customer field of Vendor Master and also select the indicatro "Clearing with Customer".

    In FBL1N, select the "Normal Item" to see the open item of your vendor. As it is posted as a normal item in that vendor account

    In FBL5N, select the "Vendor Item" to the the vendor open item against selected customer.vise versa

    Regards

    Surya

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  • Posted on Mar 18, 2009 at 11:14 AM

    Hi

    Do as above and you can clear vendor against customer using T-code F-44 or f-32

    Kesh

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