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Billing Type

Hello All,

Our Client wants to use one order type for all their sales areas. But for one of the sales areas, they want to have a different intercompany billing type. Obviously Sales Order type config will have only one field to fill the intercompany doc type. Is there any way we can use a user exit to change the interco biiling type upon creation.

Pls let me know your thoughts

Thanks,

Sunny.

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    Posted on Apr 14, 2011 at 04:08 AM

    Hi Sunny,

    You may want to try the user exit USEREXIT_FILL_VBRK_VBRP (Module pool SAPLV60A, program RV60AFZC). This user exit is only called when the billing document is created. It is used to provide the header and the item of the new billing document with deviating or additional data.

    In this case, you can check with your ABAP consultant to impose the conditions required to manipulate and change the specific inter-company billing type for the particular sales area - i.e. Company Code + Sales Area etc. at the time before saving. As such, you can explore to change the intercompany billing type picked from configuration settings during processing to a different intercompany type you require (in your coding).

    Hope the above helps.

    Thanks.

    Rgds.

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    Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 04:00 AM

    You may be able to use the selections/parameters on the billing due run to force the use of a different billing type.

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