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Should not for credit check.

Hi,

I am creating order for employee slaes and for that customer we have credit control area field is blank in customer master.

It is still going for credit block. Could you please let me know how can i stop so it would not go for credit check.

I would really appreciate.

Thanks,

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    Former Member
    Oct 21, 2010 at 02:03 PM

    HI

    Credit controle area wouldnt be a matter to trigger the credit check in the sales order, suggest you use the T code VKM3 and drop the Sales order and release the same to do your testing .

    Regards,

    Ram,

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    • Former Member

      Testing Scenario it self says it should not go for credit check? Please let me know how can i stop so it would not go for credit check.

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    Former Member
    Oct 21, 2010 at 02:28 PM

    Hi,

    Credit check happens for a document when system finds a Credit control area + Credit Group + risk Category. But what I fail to understand is when you say Credit control area is not assigned to the customer. Normally it will not be assigned. It is defaulted based on the sales area and the company code.

    My suggestion to you is to check by going to FD32 and giving in the customer number and the credit control area and then by selecting Central Data and Status. Check what is the credit limit. If it is zero, increase it.

    When you say the test case indicates that the test should not go for a credit check, my guess is you are using a wrong document type. Credit Group is derived from the sales document type and I think when you doing sales to employees, you nornally happen to use a different document type from regular. Please check that as well.

    Also, you need to check what is the item category. When there is an employee sales, as far as i understand the system, the net value happens to be either zero or at the cost price. So, if the Item category is TANN, then system should make the net value zero, and order will not go for a credit check.

    I think you can check on these points. But my guess is the document type or the item category is not correct.

    Hope this helps

    Thanks

    Mukund S

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      Yes. You can go to FD32, put the customer number and the credit control area in the first screen and select 'Status' check box and press enter. You will go into status screen. There you can find the risk category. You can change it to whatever value you wish to so that system will not go into credit check.

      Hope this helps.

      Thanks

      Mukund S