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Ship to party is not available in account group while creating Customer Master

Hello All.

While creating customer master in account group there is no SH(ship to party) what is the purpose of it . I can see PY BP but not SH (XD01). We always use Sold to Party but i have seen Payer and Bill to party as well while creating customer master . Just got confused why we select such options when everything comes under sold to party.

I cannot see SH while creating customer for the first time is it necessary that SH should there while creating customer master.

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2012 at 05:47 PM

    There is SH too!

    in XD01, SH = 0002 Goods Recipient

    E.g. You are a vendor of Nike. Your company sells rubber soles to Nike. They use it for manufacturing of shoes.

    "Nike" head office places the orders to your company. This Nike head office is the Sold To party.

    Nike factory receives the rubber soles delivered by your company. This Nike factory is the Ship To party.

    Thus ofcourse there would be SH (along with SP, BP, PY) in XD01 😊 and SH is called Goods Recipient.

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    Posted on Apr 29, 2012 at 11:35 AM

    Hi ,,

    please do assign ship to party to account group .

    SPRO --> S&D --> BASIC FUNCTION --> PARTNER DETERMINATION--> SET UP PARTNER DETERMINATION --> FOR CUSTOMER MASTER -- > A/C GROUP - FUNCTION ASSIGNMENT

    Here assign ship to party(sh) to your account group.

    Now you will find sh in customer master.

    If you want further clarification , please let me know.

    Regards

    Patchala.


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