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For a single vendor we were having 3 different kind of payment terms....same vendor for domestic, Service, Subonctracting...

Is there any way to get the payment terms with PO doc type & vendor code combination.

I dont want to use separate vendor code...need to use one vendor master......

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 12:14 PM

    There is no direct relation with PO document type and vendor payment terms.

    You can use different payments while creating the PO which will overide from the vendor master.

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      I dont want to change while creating PO...

      at the time of PO creation after selecting the Doc type and the Vendor code system should automatically give the Payment terms ......

      where i can maintain the vendor, Doc type, Payment terms separately in Ztable....so that system can pick from there

  • Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 12:27 PM

    you can with vendor subrange.

    create vendor subranges and call the appropriate VSR in the PO

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    Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 12:37 PM

    For a single vendor we were having 3 different kind of payment terms....same vendor for domestic, Service, Subonctracting...

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    > Is there any way to get the payment terms with PO doc type & vendor code combination.

    >

    > I dont want to use separate vendor code...need to use one vendor master......

    Hi,

    I am not sure this worth the effort for a single vendor though if this is a general practice, then you can look for an enhancement which will pull term of payment (maintain the same in a Z table) from a table based on Vendor and Item Category validation.

    Hope, this help you!

    Reetesh

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