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Time based Credit Management

Hello Everyone,

We have a requirement in which we use credit limit in amounts but my client is asking for date wise also means i have assigned a credit limit of amount 1million but after certain time , means after 6 months or 8 months system shows error or prompt that credit limit time is over . Is it possible to do so . Means like system prompts me in amount same as in date ur credit limit time is this once reached that date.

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2012 at 07:36 AM


    I believe you while fixing Credit Limits for Customer in T-Code FD32, you cna use the Next Int. Review Date to set the future date, say 6 month down the line.

    Then go to OVA8 & under checks, pick a tich mark in NextReview Date & set Reaction as B or D & put Tick Mark in Status/Block check box.

    This will ensure that after the expiiry of Next Int. Review date, system will block the Customer for Credit.

    If the above does not suffice the requirement then you will have to insert a ABAP code in Credit Management User Exits.

    But ideally I thing the Next Int Review date will suffice your requirement.


    Jignesh Mehta

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      if you keep horizon period as 2 months, and horizondate as today in fd 32, system will not consider the open orders after 2 months that means this month is nov, nov and decemeber for 60 days it will consider as credit limit period and it will automatically block those open order which are not below credit limit (i.e) exceeded open sales orders,open deliveries and billing doc open. if you raise sales order in jan you will not have problem to make it as future bookings. it will cosider those order for any block, those are not under credit horizon.

      warm regards,


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