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Oct 22, 2009 at 09:34 AM

Tolerance check on unplanned delivery cost

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Hi,

I need to clarify, when I create a subsequent debit using MIRO. I enter unplanned delivery cost (tab details).

The system won't check tolerance limit for this.

But If I read the description for tolerance key PP (price variance) in OMR6, it says :

When posting a subsequent debit/credit, the system first checks if a price check has been defined for subsequent debits/credits. If so, the system calculates the difference between (value of subsequent debit/credit + value invoiced so far) / quantity invoiced so far * quantity to be debited/credited and the product of the quantity to be debited/credited * order price and compares this with the upper and lower tolerance limits (absolute limits and percentage limits).

Need to clarify :

- This tolerance limit is only applies to line item checking. (Based on snote 33720)

- Since that unplanned delivery cost is header level, so no tolerance limit checking from SAP for this.

Is there any other documents can support the statement, besides snote 33720.

Thanks,

Melissa