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Ideas/Suggestions/Solutions for Credit Management problems

Currently, 'Simple credit check' (B) is configured for a particular doct type.This doct type is used only for Indian credit control area.

Problem:

Due to frequent changing (increasing & decreasing) of 'credit limit' in FD32 of Indian customers, things have gone really messy & 'simple credit check' is NOT functioning ( SO is created & saved, though 'credit exposure' is much more than 'credit limit').

Decision to be considered:

To convert (configure) 'Automatic credit control'

Repercussions:

How to deal with already existing SOs.? How to deal with already set 'credit limit' of existing FD32s.

Request an expert who has worked intensively on Credit Mgmnt to guide me on this.

Thanking you for your time.

Rgds

Sumanth.G

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    Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 10:01 AM

    Hi

    See SAP Note 408596 - RFDKLI20: Recreating credit data - new documentation. I also suggest you to take in account always the notes 425523 - Collection of consulting notes: Credit update and 425483 - Consulting note collection: Credit checks. So, run F.28 and read the documentation (info icon in the selection screen).

    Remember to check too the releases for credit managament of SD documents that your users can do with VKM1 for instance. See Note 433294 - Credit check despite release logic for partial delivery and for a general view of this last topic, see SAP Note 425581 - Advice note collection: Release, lists.

    I hope this help you

    Regards

    Eduardo

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