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List of rebate agreements vb(8

Hi,

In vb(8, on entering date range of 1/4/2010 to 21/10/2010 for 'Service rendered date', rebate agreements which were valid as far back as 2007 are getting displayed. Why is this happening? What exactly is 'Service Rendered date'?

Thanking you in anticipation,

Regards,

Kasturi

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  • Posted on Oct 21, 2010 at 01:05 PM

    Hi,

    Service entered date is the actual GI date in a sales transaction. It is the date on which the sale is understood to be executed to the customer. This date is used as the date for determining sales taxes. However in most of the cases during sales order creation,the pricing date is also updated as the service rendered date, if it is not manually entered in the sales order at the header billing tab.

    May be your rebate agreements range from 2007 to 2010 and thats why they are appearing. Or for some of the agreements in 2007, the goods issue was done with SED as 2010 date. You may have to analyse those cases one by one to find out the root cause.

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    Posted on Oct 25, 2010 at 11:25 AM

    attached Note 75778 for your reference.

    j) Date of services rendered

    To determine whether a document item is relevant for a rebate

    condition, the system always uses the date of services rendered

    (VBRP-FBUDA field). It is NOT possible to use another date.

    Please refer to F1 help of services rendered Date for more information.

    hi,

    Date on which services rendered

    The date of services rendered that determines when the system calculates

    taxes (for example, sales tax) for the material.

    Use:

    If you deliver products, the date of services rendered corresponds to

    the goods issue date and you do not have to enter a date in this field.

    If you provide a service, however, and you are billing hours, you can

    enter a date manually. You can use the date of services rendered as one

    of the selection criteria when you process billing documents

    collectively.

    So in case of delivery-related billing, VBRP-FBUDA would get from LIKP-WADAT_IST,

    while in order-related billing, VBRP-FBUDA would get from VBKD-FBUDA or xfplt-fkdat

    (billing plan date).

    If you always want the VBRP-FBUDA to get the date from sales order, then

    you can control the date in the data transfer routine by adding the line:

    VBRP-FBUDA = VBKD-FBUDA.

    As we know in standard SAP rebate agreement process rebate gets calculated based on service rendered date (which is GI date)

    regards,

    balajia

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