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INVOICE SPLIT

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In my client place they are combining one or more delivery in one invoice. While combining the invoice got splits.

The split due to the different header Data

Number of foriegn trade data i

credit control area

customers account number with

currency key of credit control

credit data exchange at b

Guide me in this regards

Thank You

Anand

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    Nov 03, 2009 at 08:22 AM

    Anand

    this is Standard SAP functionality, if you have different header data then invoice split will happen. I did not get your exact problem, what you want. Please clarify.

    thanks,

    Raja

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Raja

      Thank You for your immediate reply.

      As per the Business practice in my client place they are combining one or more deliveries in one invoice.

      This is the first time the splits is happening

      The deliveries are making from the shedduling Aggreement.

      If i see in split analysis

      The system Showing as split due to the following different header data

      Number of foriegn data i

      Credit control area

      Customer's account number with

      Currency key of credit control

      Credit data exchange rate at b

      Then i have seen in the appropriate delivery nos. In this scenario they are combining four deliveries. The split is happening because of only one Delivery No. Then i have followed the appropriate document for the sheduling aggrement. In that sheduling aggrement the message coming as " credit data will not be redetermined"

      Thank You Once again

      Anand

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    Nov 03, 2009 at 10:36 AM

    Hi

    Create Routine with a logic as a Dont consider Header Data while copying data from sales order to billing document and assin the routine at copycontroles Copying requirements then it will work

    Better to discuss with ABAPER then do it defenitely it works, But You should think other funcionality also.

    Better to create different billing doc for this only.......

    Hari Mandav

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    Nov 03, 2009 at 10:48 AM

    If you want that the invoice should not split, make sure that the fields the split analysis shows (ones you have pasted in your message) are not different for both the deliveries/sales orders. But remember, if Foreign Trade is configured for your client, FT numbers are unique and are generated per document which means there will definitely be a split in the invoice when you are trying to combine two deliveries into one. The only thing you can do to avoid this is probably to write a custom routine in Copying requirements (Delivery to billing document) which ignores the FT data number as a split criteria...

    Good Luck

    Chandra Kiran

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    Nov 03, 2009 at 11:34 AM

    Hi Anand,

    You can combine one or more deliveries in one invoice ONLY IF following fields have same values in the delivery documents

    1. Payer

    2. Payment Terms

    3. Billing Date

    4. Incoterms

    If above parameters same then only you can create single inoivce for more than one delivery document. Otherwise there will be many invoices

    regards,

    Sagar

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Anand,

      The same problem I received for creating invoice agains SA. Please how to solve this. Please give me a exact answer please

      Thanks,

      Suresh

  • Mar 21, 2011 at 02:15 PM

    Hi Anand,

    Can you please share the solution with me.

    I am facing this issue now.Please help.

    BR,

    Nisha

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