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Invoice Correction Target Quantity


We have been looking at the SAP RK Invoice correction request order type to raise pricing related debits and credits.

We are trying to work out why SAP would allow a Qty change on the RK order. Is this being treated like Good will or what kind of posting is the aim of this? The way our pricing procedure works a quantity change would result in a Cost of Sales Copa posting but the actual GL or stock movement didn't occur so would not balance? Is this the same for others or how do you treat quantity postings in COPA Cost of Sales and GL Cost of Sales and Stock?

With the above in mind we would like to lock the quantity down as we only want to use RK for pricing corrections and not for quantity related queries. Does anyone know of a way to do this? I have tried used the copy control on the header of the RK to use a complete reference and I get an warning message when changing quantity and could use a user exit to make it to a error but rather try to use something more standard. It also prevents unchanged lines being subsequently deleted with the setting ticked.


Tracey Aliphon

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  • Nov 11, 2016 at 01:01 AM

    Won't it be simpler if you make the field for quantity read-only in MV45AFZZ-USEREXIT_FIELD_MODIFICATION?

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