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Vendor Invoice FI document

hello SAP Experts,

I am configuring and testing a Intercompany Scenario.

The MM Vendor Invoice -FI accounting doc is generated through STD RD04 OUTPUT from

IV intercompany Billing doc.But this is NOT viewed in Document flow of IV or any other document.

Can anyone tell how to view and Track this Vendor invoice in SAP?

Appreciating your quick answers.

Thanks and Regards,

Umesh Karane.

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  • Hello Umesh,

    I know this is a old post, but still if you could help. I am in the same situtation, I have configured the Intercompany billing and the automatic EDI posting. It seems to be working fine and the IDOC is also triggering through RD04 in Green and vendor Invoice is getting created. However, i am unable to find it in the document flow after IV. I will need to go to FB03 to view it.

    Were you able to find a solution if it is possible to view it under sales document flow? Please suggest.

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  • Posted on Dec 06, 2018 at 03:55 PM

    Hi Umesh,

    When you display the invoice in transaction MIR4, if you select the 'Services for Object' button

    and on the pop-up select the 'Display Relationships' button you will see a window displaying

    the related idoc number for the invoice.

    Hope this helps,

    Adam.

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    • hello Adam,

      We are creating the VENDOR INVOICE's FI doc via IDOC posting, NOT the VENDOR inv which we create through MIRO. Since we do not have a MIRO doc,we cannot check it in MIr4 .

      I want to know,if i have the "FI accounting doc" of Vendor inv (No vendor doc through MIRO), can this FI accounting doc be viewed in any of the Document flow ?

      or any TCODE ? I have IV intercompany billing doc and NLCC replenishment cross-company delivery document created.

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