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Copying of blank quantity item numbers of batch determination not required from Invoice to Returns

Hi experts,

We determine batches in delivery so subitem numbers like 9000001 of batch determination copied from delivery to billing. So while creating returns from Invoice Those subitem numbers alongwith main item numbers like 10, 20 copied as blank quantity, So my user everytime manually deletes numbers of items like 10, 20 in returns. So to avoid this manual work I do not want to copy these item numbers with blank quantity to copy from Invoice to Returns.

So please suggest how can I avoid of copying blank quantity items from invoice to returns ?

Thanks & Regards,

Shaktiprasad Dash

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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2012 at 12:44 PM

    hi

    only one option ,

    when you create the invoice time , you will selection will select than you will copy sub item , invoice ,

    go to VF01 , and enter the delivery number , after click on selection list or Press F2 key , then here you select the only BATCH ITEM 90001 items not for main items , and copy and do the billing ,

    then you create the return for with reference to invoice , then it will come only batch item not for main items ,

    please try this

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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2012 at 12:56 PM

    Check whether the following note helps you:-


    Note 120655 - Returns: Billing quantity is zero with batch split

    G. Lakshmipathi

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