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one time customer incoming payment

dear all,

i sell scrap which doesn't belong to our stock to one time customer ,please how to post the incoming payment,should i create the customer master data first then to post the incoming payment through the T-code F-28 or there was another procedures

please provide me by the paths and necessary codes

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 02:58 AM

    Hi

    For asset sale, without giving customer information you can make entry using ABAON transaction code.

    Regards

    Malathi

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  • Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 05:36 AM

    Use F-02 or FB50 to post a document as mentioned by Konnipati. It is simple way of handling scrap sales from FI side

    If you want the document through vendor, you need to create Vendor Master data and post an invoice at F-43 or FB60 and then use F-52 for posting incoming payments.

    Srinivas

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    Posted on Dec 15, 2011 at 06:06 AM

    Dear Expert,

    If you want to sale the scrap with respect to customer, then create a customer from customer master by selecting a one-time customer check box.

    You have to sale the scrap by using T-Code: F-92 - With Customer and then clear the Customer open item when he makes a payment in T-Code: F-28 - Customer Payment with Clearing

    or We have an option to sale a scrap without customer in T-Code: ABAON - Asset Sale Without Customer

    T-Code: ABAVN - Asset Retirement by Scrapping

    Regards,

    GK

    SAP

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