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credit & debit memo from MM


According to my understanding, when I do a credit memo transaction from MIRO, system raises a debit note to the vendor & when I do subsequent debit transaction in MIRO, the system raises a credit note. Now my requirement is that I have a separate format for debit note, credit note and vendor invoice. In system the document type for all the three is RE. How to differenciate between the three transactions. Can I have 3 different document types in MIRO for the above three outputs & also how wiyll the message determination be configured in the above case. Should I have three different message types for the outputs?

Kindly suggest the feasible solution.


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  • Posted on Aug 29, 2012 at 04:12 PM

    Hi Manisha,

    as for "In system the document type for all the three is RE" -- you can actually manually specify the FI document type on header tab "Details".

    Since it that would require manual user action, with BAdI MRM_HEADER_DEFAULT "BAdI for Additional Checks of the Document Header Data" you can predefine the Document Type... although I just realized that I'm not absolutely sure whether this BAdI is called when you change the Transaction/Event type.

    Kind Regards


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