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Rertun PO > Return Delivery > Retun Invoice

Dear All,

We have current set up to creates return PO > Return delivery to vendor (RLL), but user want to create Retrun delivery Invoice,

I set up copy controls from RLL delivery type to RD(new billing documet type (copy of RE). and field pricing source (PRSQU) 'A' (copy from PO)

Here my question is We have 20-30 PO condition types in PO pricing procedure,

do i need to create all same condition types in SD ad assign same in newPricing procedure to get same condition valves??

Please advise.

Regards

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2011 at 08:19 AM

    HI,

    As source is PO prices,hence we need create same in SD point of view

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  • Posted on Sep 22, 2011 at 08:25 AM

    Please try by assigning your PO pricing procedure (with MM condition types) to your billing type (DoPP in VOFA + ....PP assignment in OVKK)

    and in copy control, pricing type = D (copy pricing unchanged)

    and test.

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    Posted on Sep 23, 2011 at 11:20 AM

    Hi Ramki,

    Its based on how we are showing it in accounts. If you want those 20-30 condition types as seperate line items and may be to different G/Ls, you need to create the same.

    Or else, please create a single condition type and assign a Altcalc type where you can set a routine with necessary code to pull the values from P.O pricing conditions, accumulate and post it as a single entry.

    Regards,

    P Gomatheeswaran

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