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Pricing Procedure maintainence for Pick & Pack Business

Dear Experts,

We are doing 3rd party warehousing business where some factories going to keep their finished/semi finished products in our warehouse and those product we are creating material as EAN number then those materials we are storing in our warehouse and as per buyer's requirement we are delivering those materials to buyers. Meanwhile, we are doing some packaging in cartons, labeling, VAS and loading/unloading. We will going to create sales order by taking EAN (materials) which we counted per piece and will pack those in to carton in outbound level then do PGI and finally Billing. We want to to bill a single invoice with multiple deliveries. My requirements are as follows:

- I want to create one invoice against multiple outbound delivery number

- Can we maintain condition record out bound delivery wise

- If I maintain condition record then I want to activate those condition records items in VF01 level instead of sales order

Can you please put some lights on my above requirements and suggest me how can I meet this requirements and how can I config in system.

Thanks in advance and your suggestion is highly appreciated.

Best Regards.

Ripon Kumar Paul

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    Posted on Aug 23, 2012 at 07:20 AM


    To merge deliveries in one invoice is the classic issue of 'splitting'. Search with this keyword or VBRK-ZURKI or see SAP Note 11162 - Invoice split criteria in billing document.

    To activate the pricing in invoice, manage it in copy control (tcode VTFA) in the field 'pricing type' set values A or B.

    I hope this helps you



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