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SD-FI Integration

Dear Mates,

Iam in process of setting new numbre ranges for all the documents as my client requires.I have created new number ranges and and assigned the same to the document types.likewise FI team has created and assigned new range for Accounting Document.I need to know where is the integration between tax invoice and accounting document so that accounting document will be generated in new number range.

I just need to know where the accounting document type is assigned to billing type?

Thanx In advance

regards..,

Karthik

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    Posted on Aug 27, 2009 at 08:38 AM

    Hello,

    The integration between the SD & FI lies at Billing document at Transaction level

    In the BILLING DOCUMENT type in VOFA transaction code, you will find the fields which have some integration with FI

    In the General control tab , there is a field DOCUMENT TYPE which means the Accounting document

    In General there will be some entry maintained for every Billing document except for Proforma invoices.

    The Document type entered in that field has the Document details in the Transaction OBA7

    If the field is Blank ( usually it will be for standard documents like F2) then it will take the standard Accounting document RV.

    Hope it clears you,

    cheers,

    santosh

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  • Posted on Aug 27, 2009 at 08:26 AM

    Hi

    In VOFA for your billing type in the general control tab there is a field called document type

    If that is blank system will take RV accounting doc type

    This field only we mention what is the accounting doc type needs to be picked

    No ranges are maintained in billing documents in VN01

    No ranges are maintained in accounting documents in FBN1

    Regards

    Raja

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