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Unplanned delivery cost at invoicing

Hi experts!

I wanna distribute unplanned delivery cost to line items (material) during MIRO (invoicing) stage. I have updated configuration in logistics-invoice verification for that.

When i enter unplanned cost for "Goods/Services" items, system accurately distributes the cost over line items.

Problem arises when i enter unplanned cost for "conditions/ planned delivery items". System does not distribute cost for such items.

Actually, we have different vendors for "planned delivery items" and "Goods/ Services items". If i would enter unplanned cost in "goods/services items", it would inaccurately give credit to irrelevant vendor.

Please guide me, whether i need to maintain any configuration for that.

Regards

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  • Posted on Sep 18, 2009 at 08:32 AM

    Unplanned costs are used in MIRO only in case of "Goods/services" when you incurr accidental costs which have to be paid to the main vendor itslef and loaded to inventory. If you are entering " Uplanned delivery costs " in the MIRO for Delivery costs , it really makes no senes. You should just change the Value defaulted in MIRO according to the actual invoice.

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2009 at 03:54 AM

    Hi,

    We can post the unplanned delivery cost in two ways,

    1. post the unplanned delivery cost in separate GL Account

    2. post the unplanned delivery cost to different line item

    So we have to do the configuration settings in SPRO, Material Management, Invoice verification, How to do the unplanned delivery cost, do the settings in unplanned delivery cost in line item

    thnk u

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