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GR/PO based IV

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What is the difference between GR based Invoice verification and PO based Invoice verification, what are the setup need tobe done in SAP for each process.

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    Posted on Apr 22, 2011 at 02:19 AM

    Hi,

    GR-based invoice verification,invoice entry done WRT each GR relating to a purchase order individually & separately. In the PO history, each invoice item can be assigned to precisely one GR as material document.

    PO-based invoice verification,invoice entry done WRT to the purchase order only at once & for all materials, irrespective of whether or not materials receipt

    The main difference in GR-based invoice verification you cannot post the Invoice before the GR has been posted. For setting do not select check the box GR Based invoice verification in Vendor master(XK01/XK02) or in PO( ME21N) for the invoice to be done WRT PO only.For setting of GR Based invoice verification select check the box GR Based invoice verification in Vendor master(XK01/XK02) so that it flow to PO during PO( ME21N) creation where the invoice to be done later WRT PO only but after GR done.

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    Biju K

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    Posted on Apr 22, 2011 at 06:26 AM

    There is one more difference, for GR based Iv it will populate quantity and price in the relevant fields of item level in miro however if its not GR based IV this will be blank and you need to manually put the values or need to do enhancement in MIRo for populating values.

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    Sangeeta

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  • Posted on Apr 22, 2011 at 04:24 AM

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