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(AR 0FI_AR_30) VBELN - Sales and Distribution Document Number

Guys,

Can someone please help me here. In Accounts Receivable Line Item - 0FI_AR_30, why would you map 0OI_EBELN (Purchasing Document Number) with VBELN (Sales Document) as supposed to 0DOC_NUMBER (Sales Document) that came with SAP standard content. Is it even possible or will this achieve the desire result?

Thx - Recca

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    Posted on Feb 05, 2012 at 01:53 AM

    Hi

    I guess this is because Sales Order for you is the Purchase Order for your customer.

    --and as AR reports tell you what you are supposed to get from your customer, purchase order makes sense here.

    Moreover, 0DOC_NUMER will have lots of attributes which you may not have in case of purchase order.

    Regards

    Anindya

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  • Posted on Feb 06, 2012 at 04:30 AM

    Hello,

    You can check the standard object through RSOSFIELDMAP table..

    check following thread as well

    Thanks and regards

    Kiran

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    • Thanks Kiran, actually am not looking for the standard objects but rather why I was asked to map 0OI_EBELN with VBELN. I think what we resulted in doing is this. I found out that the field EBELN (Purchasing Document) actually is in table BSIK, so datasource 0FI_AP_30 will be enhanced to bring in EBELN and then mapped with 0OI_EBELN (Purchasing Document). Please let me know if you think otherwise.

      Thanks Anindya for all your inputs, I awarded points.

      Recca

      Edited by: Recca Recca on Feb 8, 2012 7:02 PM

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