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unplaned delivery cost

can anybody suggest me as,

can be maintain tolerance for unplaned delivery cost invoice and subsequent debit for "block for payment."

or any way to maintain "block for payment"

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    Posted on Oct 12, 2010 at 01:07 PM

    Hi,

    Please review the documentation in transaction SPRO under the following

    path for the Tolerence limit :

    Material Management

    ->Logistics Invoice Verification

    -> Invoice Block

    -> Set Tolerance Limits

    The tolerance key PP works as follows:

    The system determines by how much each invoice item varies from the

    product of quantity invoiced * order price. It then compares the

    variance with the upper and lower limits defined (absolute limits and

    percentage limits).

    When posting a Subsequent Debit/Credit, the system first checks if a

    price check has been defined for subsequent debits/credits. If so, the

    system calculates the difference between (value of subsequent

    debit/credit + value invoiced so far) / quantity invoiced so far *

    quantity to be debited/credited and the product of the quantity to be

    debited/credited * order price and compares this with the upper and

    lower tolerance limits (absolute limits and percentage limits).

    Please also review documentation at help.sap.com under the following

    path.

    Logistics

    -> Materials Management (MM)

    -> Logistics Invoice Verification (MM-IV)

    ->Logistics Invoice Verification (MM-IV-LIV)

    ->Blocking Invoices

    -> Setting Tolerances

    Best regards

    Erika

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