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Raising Invoice to multiple Bill-to-party according to line items

Dear Experts,

Actually I have a scenario where I am creating sales order with multiple service materials and Billing with reference to sales order. I want to know whether it is possible in standard SAP to bill first two line items to one bill-to-party and another two line items to second bill-to-party. If it is possible please let me know how to configure this scenario.

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  • Posted on Jun 02, 2012 at 01:40 PM

    Hi MD,

    I think it is Impossible But you have to go other way.In this way First You will do two line items to

    one Bill-to-party and another two line items to Second Bill-to-party.This is Simple Solution.

    Thanks,

    Naren

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    Posted on Jun 03, 2012 at 03:27 AM

    Hi

    It is possible to have multiple bill to parties in a sales order. Select the line item and go to partners and change the bill to party there. This way you can have multiple partners in a sales order except Sold to party.

    Hope this will serve your purpose.

    Regards

    Harish

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    Posted on Jun 04, 2012 at 06:33 AM

    Hello SAQ MD

    You can surely do the multiple bill to parties in a single sales order.

    Go to line item details > partners tab > add bill to parties

    save.

    You need to do multiple outbound deliveries and then create the invoices accordingly

    Means, suppose 2 bill to parties for a single sales order then there will be two outbound deliveries and two billing documents (in normal scenario)

    In this way, you can get two bill to parties from a single sales order

    thanks and regards

    Amit

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