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Down Payment u2013 New functionality in PO - Limit the Planned Amount of DPR

Hi, everybody

I need an assistance with the new transactions for DownPayment Request based on PO (ME2DP and FPDP_CREATE).

We created a PO, in the item detail, tab "Invoice" we planned a Voluntary DP with DownPayment % = 20 %.

In ME2DP it is possible to consult the amount planned for DP.

When the downpayment request is created in F-47 (after run FPDP_CREATE), SAP does not check that limit, SAP allows the user to request a higher amount percentage.

Does anybody know how can we restrict the total amount or % of the downpayment request based on the planned value in PO ?

Ideas will be very appreciated

Carlos

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2010 at 05:45 AM

    Check Note 1370693 - Down payment value in PO header calculated incorrectly

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2010 at 07:24 PM

    I read the note you suggested, but although it seems to be useful, this has nothing to do with the problem.

    We a need a way to prevent the creation of new Down Payment Requests after the total amount planned for DPRs in PO has been reached.

    Any idea ?

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  • Posted on May 30, 2013 at 06:17 AM

    Dear Carlos,

    The behaviour is correct.

    It is not check to create a down payment with a higher value as the PO value because in some scenario
    it is required. For example to include freight costs or taxes.

    Regards,

    ian Wong Loke Foong

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