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MM-LIV Vendor Specific Tolerance x Invoice Tolerance Limits.

Dear friends ,

I'd like to know if when we are using the Vendor-Specific Tolerances...the system will check also the other invoice tolerances like key PP , BD among others?

We update in the vendor master an specific tolerance but the system is checking tolerance key PP in the MIRO processing. And it suppose not to be checked by my understanding when I'm using Vendor-Specific Tolerances.

Does anyone can give me a guidance on this topic ?

best regards,


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    Posted on Aug 14, 2009 at 09:17 PM

    If no tolerance group is assigned to a vendor or if no tolerances have been specified for the assigned tolerance group, the system creates a difference line if the difference is smaller than the tolerance defined for tolerance key BD.

    See: Set Tolerance Limits

    BD: Form small differences automatically

    The system checks the balance of the invoice against the absolute

    upper limit defined. If the upper limit is not exceeded, the system

    automatically creates a posting line called Expense/Income from Small

    Differences, making the balance zero and allowing the system to post

    the document.

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