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Horizon Date in Credit Master Sheet linked from VKM1

Hello,

I see SAP note 900093 (FBL5N incomplete parameter with 'credit master sheet') which describes an issue where the credit horizon date was not transferring to the Credit master sheet when using the path Environment -> Credit management -> Credit master sheet from FBL5N. This function is working correctly in our system, however we are having the similar problem of the credit horizon date not carrying over based on the settings in OVA8 when linking to the credit master sheet from VKM1 using the path Environment > credit master sheet. Has anyone else experienced this?

Thanks, Kevin

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    Posted on Apr 19, 2011 at 06:03 PM

    Received this response from SAP.

    Dear Customer,

    This is the reply from our developer regarding the same issue from

    another customer:

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    Unfortunately the functionality you need

    is not developed. The system displays the whole existing open credit

    values in the transaction VKM* (VKM1, VKM4 and so on). Here it is

    not possible to consider the horizon date, as horizon date could be

    different for each order displayed in VKM* and than the system will

    need to calculate the open values for each order separately - this

    functionality is not developed (in most cases this functionality will

    cause the performance problem). If you absolutely need to get the

    functionality above, I have to ask you to contact your SAP-

    consultant and ask for the custom development. We, in support, are

    not allowed to change the existing functionality. I apologize, that

    I could not provide you with another reply. Thank you.

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