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Incorrect Address displayed on IDOC

Hi All,

I have a Purchase Order and the bill to address has been updated. The PO shows the correct and updated bill to address but the content of the IDOC is the old bill to address.

How to update the system or what are the possible cause of this issue?

Any input and help will be greatly appreciated.

Thank you so much.

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    Posted on Dec 21, 2011 at 10:58 PM

    dear friend,

    you would delete this idoc (WE11) , adjust/fix your PO/ vendor address and create a new one


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    • Former Member Oleg K

      Thank you so much for your advise.

      Happy Holidays! ­čśŐ

      When we create a PO, we are not selecting a partner ID. The system automatically does it. The address has been updated and it's still picking the old one. Can we just delete the old one so that the system will pick the new and updated address for that vendor?

      Please help and advise.

      Thank you so so much!

  • Posted on Dec 21, 2011 at 11:12 PM

    you also would try to create a new PO (before that make sure your vendor master data is correct) and new idoc after..

    i recommend to not use the current PO


    look at PO changes - dates!

    look at vendor master changes - dates!

    and what is the date of idoc creation ?

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  • Posted on Dec 22, 2011 at 10:21 AM

    was the IDOC created before or after your update?

    a change does not effect already created IDOCs.

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    • I dont really understand. in which transaction do you have 2 addresses? or do oyu have 2 vendors?

      Why bill-to? a bill-to is somebody you send an invoice to. but in a purchase order process you get the invoice from your vendor.

      or is the bill-to address your own address? where did you maintain it?

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