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Parameters F110

In F100 Parameters, the date that you set in ""To" Due Date for Customer Items" is compared with wich date of the open customer item?

With Baseline Date for Due Date Calculation (BSEG-ZFBDT)

with the Planning date (BSEG-FDTAG)

or its Baseline Date + Cash discount days .

thanks in advance

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    Former Member
    Sep 17, 2010 at 01:15 PM

    Hi,

    Base line date is controlled in terms of payment definition.

    It can be posting date, document date, entry date or no default base line date.

    Invoice is on due on = Base line date + days for due date in terms of payment.

    Thanks!

    Raju

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  • Sep 17, 2010 at 01:46 PM

    Dear Luis,

    "Customer items due by" takes in consideration the invoice and credit memo due date to include them into the payment run.

    The invoice due date depends on the Base line date + days that

    You defined into Your payment term (OBB8).

    In order to select the credit memos in the payment run the same way as

    the invoices (even when the baseline date is later than the posting

    date) you can enter in field invoice reference (BSEG-REBZG) in the

    credit memo the indicater 'V'. Then the due date of the credit memos

    will be calculated the same way as invoices. For more information see

    F1-help of field BSEG-REBZG.

    I hope this helps You.

    Mauri

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    • Former Member

      Hi Mauricio,

      How do you mean by "enter in field invoice reference (BSEG-REBZG) in the

      credit memo the indicater 'V'".

      This field is a CHAR 10.

      SAP in the help says :"Regardless of the payment terms set for them, the following equation always applies to other credit memos, down payments etc.:

      Due date = baseline date"

      So you mean that i can make credit memos works as invoices and invoice-related credit memos?

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    Sep 17, 2010 at 02:04 PM

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  • Sep 17, 2010 at 02:14 PM

    Dear Luis,

    please consider the following information:

    A credit Memo without an Invoice Reference is always due on the

    Baseline Date (the Exceptions to this are Credit Memos which have an

    explicitly-stated Value Date)" > this Logic was introduced starting

    from Release 3.1I. Please see Details in Note 79871 and 84137.

    Summary:

    1. Credit Memo with Invoice Reference have the same Terms of Payment

    and Baseline Date as the Invoice.

    2. For the Credit Memo without Reference to an Invoice, there are 2

    methods available for choosing the due Date :

    a) The Due Date for Net Payment (RFPOS-FAEDT) is identical to the

    Baseline Date for Payment (BSEG-ZFBDT). The Period for Net Term or

    the Term of Payment is not taken into Account. This is the Default.

    b) Or the Credit Memo is due based on the Payment Terms. For this,

    you must enter the Indicator "V" in the Credit Memo Field BSEG-REBZG

    "Invoice Ref", in addition to the specified Payment Method.

    You can modify this Field for the Credit Memos already posted.

    => the above Details are documented in the Help F1 behind the

    "Invoice Ref" Field.

    Manual filling of the Field can take place during the Entry of the

    Credit Memo, or in a Document Change Transaction:

    Run transaction FB02 to call up the Credit Memos. Drill down

    to Customer Line Item. Here, you should be able to see the Field

    "Invoice ref.' (BSEG-REBZG). Place a 'V' like Valencia in this Field. With this,

    the Credit Memo is due based on the Payment Terms.

    Please consider the note number 17410 as well for Your info.

    I hope this helps.

    mauri

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    Former Member
    Sep 17, 2010 at 02:50 PM

    Hi,

    In general terms of payment has no influence on credit memo. Credit memo is due on base line date.

    We have two scenarios here:

    Case 1: Credit memo posted with invoice reference

    In this case invoice & credit memo are due on same date.

    Case 2: Credit memo without invoice reference

    Credit memo is due immediately on base line date

    For some business reason you want to terms of payment to calculate due date as normal then me have to enter character u2018Vu2019 in invoice reference field.

    Thanks!

    Raju

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    • Former Member

      Thanks to everyone, now its clear.

      Just one last question. The filed FDTAG is not in the free selection of the F110. And i have no XREF fields free to use. Can i add "Z" fields to the free selection?

  • Sep 21, 2010 at 09:07 AM

    Dear,

    into the Standard System you can not, as only the tables and the fields that are

    in the coding of the program can be used.

    You can see the list of available fields, all within tables LFB1, LFA1

    KNA1, KNB1, BKPF, BSEG and indexes BSIK, BSID.

    Anyway please kindly refer to note 312613.

    This note will explain the possibility of including other fields

    to the free selection of F110.

    Furthermore You can use the BTE 1820 to influence the program

    selection, refer to note 545340.

    I hope this can help You.

    Mauri

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