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User Exit for IDOC creation at Invoice or Credit Note saving

Hi All,

We need to generate the IDOC for sending the invoice and creit note information to one of our partner.

Is there any user exit or any standard functionality, so that such IDOC can be triggered as soon as an invoice/ credit note is saved (created) in MM flow (MIRO) or in FI flow (FB60/ FB65).

We are on ECC 5.0. Many thanks for your immediate responses.

Regards,

SDNer.

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 06:36 AM

    Hi,

    sending an invoice / credit note based on SD billing document is working with IDOC-type INVOIC01 / INVOIC02.

    Are you sure you want to send invoices based on MM (MIRO) or FI (FB60...) docs? Normally you receive such invoices but don't send it...

    Best regards, Christian

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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 07:57 AM

    Hi,

    For FI check Note 127178 - Questions about user exits in IDoc INVOIC01 (FI) and related notes.

    For MM you can check Note 395462 - EDI-MRM: Collective note for settings/problems where you have a lot of notes about EDI in MM-IV.

    I hope this helps you

    Regards,

    Eduardo

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