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sales order net value and invoice net value differ

Hi Gurus,

i placed sale order 03/08/2009 the net value of the order is 30000 USD, the same day i have done some price modification (manually i entered the header condition with value of 50 USD) after entering the header condition sales order net values is showing 50 USD. then delivered and invoiced. in the invoice net value is showing 30000 USD. my requirement is the invoice also has to show the 50 USD only. why it is not showing the sales order net value? is there any setting need to be done regarding this problem?

Thanks in advance

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  • Aug 06, 2009 at 12:21 PM

    Do you mean to say

    1) Sale Order created to the tune of USD 30000 with qty XYZ

    2) Sale Order reduced to USD 50 with the same quantity (XYZ)

    3) PGId for XYZ

    4) Billed for XYZ but the value is showing as USD30000

    Your statement is not clear. Please let me know whether my above understanding is correct so that I will try to propose a suitable suggestion accordingly.

    thanks

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    • Former Member

      Hi lakshmipathi,

      sales order created with 5 materils with qty xyz the sales order net value is 30000 USD

      after that i have done some modification in the pricing ( i have entered manual header condition type in the header level value as 50 USD)

      pgi for 5 materials with same quantity

      Billed for 5 materils but in the invoice the net value is showing 30000 USD.

      i think ur understanding also right, the problem is with header mannual price ( copy control problem).

      reply me ASAP

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    Aug 06, 2009 at 12:31 PM

    Hi

    I believe, you are talking of Header Condition "Manual Order Value (HM00)".

    If , I am right, then in the Copy control (VTFL), i.e, Delivery type to Billing Type, at Item level, assign the appropriate "Pricing Type", so that whatever price in the Sales order will be copied as it is to the Billing Document.

    I think, Pricing Type "D" may help for this purpose.

    Just try once.

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    • i changed the pricing type as D

      From your comments, I presume in copy control, a different alpha value would have been maintained and with that settings, sale order, delivery and billing were generated.

      What I would suggest you is that you create a sale order once again for the same customer and 5 materials, make same changes in pricing, do PGI and billing. See how it works.

      thanks

      G. Lakshmipathi

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    Dec 22, 2009 at 02:44 PM

    thanks

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