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MIRO invoice posting - Unplanned delivery cost through Derivation rules

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We are implemented FM-BCS with period wise Budget control.

As per our Configuration settings FM document (OFUP) is generating at GR level. If any IR value exceeds PO value Budget will check and consumed PO budget period object ( in the case of Un-planned delivery cost scenario).

We have observed that at the time of MIRO posting with unplanned delivery cost amount, system is picking Budget Period object for unplanned delivery cost amount from PO, instead of current period Budget Object (through derivation rules) , as explained below:

Example:

PR, PO, GR value - Rs.100 with Budget Period Object 'A'

IR Value - Rs.120 (including unplanned delivery cost of Rs. 20) Budget period object 'A'

For the above sceneraio In the exisrting system at the time of IR posting with unplanned delivery cost system is picking Budget Priod object 'A' (from PO) for Rs. 20/-. But as per our Business requirement this 20/- need to be deducted from current Budget period object (based on the MIRO posting date through derivation rules not PO budget period object).

As per Business requirement in case of MIRO posting with unplanned delivery cost system need to consume additional budget from currrent available budget period based on the Derivation rules.

Expecting Results:

Example:

PR, PO, GR value - Rs.100 with Budget Period Object 'A'

IR Value - Rs.120 (including unplanned delivery cost of Rs. 20) Budget period object 'B'

Kindly suggest....

Thanks in advance.

Rao

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  • Posted on Sep 26, 2011 at 10:00 AM

    Hi,

    During posting of GR/IR the original FM assignment from the PO must be copied regardless of the definitions in FMDERIVE in order to avoid inconsistencies in the system. So, budget period which is in PO will be copied to the invoice.

    Regards,

    Eli

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