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Rental contract

Hi All,

I have created a rental contract. I entered 3 line items. one is for rental item (MVN), second line item is for deposit (TAO) and 3'rd line item for service (TAD). while creating downpayment req for the 2'nd line item ( downpayment), the system shows the following error log " Item category MV TAD cannot be invoiced with billing type FAZ". But at item level of the downpayment req, the item category is shown as TAO only. I maintained copy control for MV - FV (with item categories MVN,TAD and TAO)and also MV - FAZ (with item categories TAO). when i tried to include item category TAD in copy control between MV - FAZ, the service item appears in both FV and FAZ invoices. How to solve this problem.

Regards

Sankar

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  • Posted on Aug 24, 2009 at 08:30 AM

    Hi Sankar,

    Please kindly consider FAZ billing type determination depend on the date

    category (check tcode OVBJ) of the billing plan assigned to the service line item.

    Thank you and Best regards.

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2009 at 08:45 AM

    Hi All,

    The system allows me to save the billing document even after this error log " " Item category MV TAD cannot be invoiced with billing type FAZ". Accounting document is also generated. why this log comes and how to stop this.

    Regards

    Sankar.

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      kindly check in VOV7 for TAD whether it is relelvant for billing, it should have value in Billing Relevance as B - i.e. Order related billing doc.

      Make sure billing document is created for item having item cat. as TAD as you have mentioned contract consists of 3 items

      regards,

      Sagar

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