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Determination of due date

Hi Exeperts,

Please correct me if I am wrong.

After posting the bill document or generation of Invoice, the due date for the customer would be:

Due date = Posting date or Document date + No. of days define in payment terms (Using SPRO)

The no of days defined in payment terms counts sunday and holiday.

If this is correct then please let me know how can we ignore for counting of sunday and holiday.

Thanks in advance

Girdhar A.

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    Former Member
    Jun 25, 2010 at 07:59 AM

    Hi Girdhar A.,

    the determination of due date in case of invoicing occurs in ISU_INV_DUE_DATE_DETERMINE, this FM calls the FM which is deposit to event 1330. The final determinations occurs after this in event R417.

    But I think for your problem is it enough to check the flags: "Factory Calendar" and "Correct Non-Workd" in the payment terms.

    You could also create an own factory calendar, which distinguishes between working days and non-working days.

    To check the events, please use the tr. FQEVENTS.

    I hope I could help you in this matter.

    Christiane

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    • Former Member

      Hi, Could somebody please give me some help with this problem? I have the term of payment conditions setted on the TCODE OBB8 and after this I configured the Factory Calendar in the table TE052, for the mentionated conditions, but the due date calcutaion does not take in count the calendar weekends and holidays.

  • Jun 25, 2010 at 05:01 AM

    Check the event 1330. Event 1330 gives you the option of determining the document due date from the payment conditions when posting a document.

    Thanks

    Amlan

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      Thanks for the answer.

      Can you pls tell me the steps for checking this event?

      Thanks

      Girdhar A.

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    Former Member
    Jun 25, 2010 at 07:55 AM

    Answered

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    Former Member
    Jun 25, 2010 at 09:29 AM

    Please Help

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    Jun 28, 2010 at 04:04 AM

    Its done, I found that its calculating only on the basis of payement terms & FC.

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