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Please help in following case : Sales order has a billing plan 85% - billed in first billing document ZF1 15% - billed in second billing document ZF1 Now after 45 – 50 days of these two billing there might one More condition type (surcharge , fixed amount, manual ) is to be billed later. What is the best approach to cover this scenario ? Should I use one more billing document type ? I don’t want to bill the amount previously billed .....

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  • Posted on May 06, 2012 at 10:34 AM

    An amount previously billed can NOT be billed again (unless a an invoice is not cancelled).

    There is no need to have another billing type for the "additional" surcharge.

    I would suggest the following -

    1. Create a MMR, for this additional surcharge. Do not create any condition records for this MMR

    2. In the same sales order, add a new line item with this material. NOTE: change the item category (e.g. NOT TAO...or not the one used in Milestone billing), which has Billing Relevance = B order related billing.

    3. Go into this line item, in the sales order and give a value for a surcharge condition type, in Tab Conditions

    4. Save

    5. Create a billing document (of the same billing type ZF1).

    Note: in your sales document type, in VOV8, check field Order related billing has value ZF1.

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