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MRDC - does it work with UB type STO's?

Hi SAP gurus,

I've been trying to get MRDC to work with my planned freight conditions specifically for UB stock transport orders.

We've created a statistical condition that pulls into the UB STO header condition which only shows the value of the stock combined in the STO header condition. With this condition it is then possible to enter freight conditions which will be distributed between the different line items according to the setup of the freight conditions used.

Our problem is that we would like to use MRDC (we are on ECC6) for the settlement of all freight costs which are all planned delivery costs, for stock transports between our various plants.

I've managed to pick up my test stock transport order (in our test client) in MRDC in test mode after I've added MRDC in OMR4 (with document type KR...is this correct?), but with the message "Enter a tax code in item 000001" (message M8755)

I understand why the system would generate this message, as there are no invoice tabs in item level of a UB STO, and so there is no place to enter a tax code for the different items and so the freight condition can not pick up a tax code before it can be settled automatically. I can use normal MIRO for these payments where I enter tax manually, but there are so many of these payments MRDC would be the better solution.

Have anybody had a similar problem? Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

Regards

Christo Vermeulen

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 07, 2011 at 03:59 PM

    Hi,

    I am experiencing the same issue with my client...Can you pls let me know how you handled this issue.

    I would appreciate if you let me know the solution.

    Thanks

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