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Discount (Net Procedure) and Tax issues with BAPI ACC_DOCUMENT_POST

Need an urgent suggestion/help.

This is regarding posting invoices using BAPI ACC_DOCUMENT_POST.

The logic for the Cash Discount for SAP Net procedure (Involving cash discount clearing account) to post the invoices is working fine with standard transaction FB60.

We have a RICEF to post invoices using spreadsheet upload. This objects uses SAP standard BAPI ACC_DOCUMENT_POST. When invoices are posted using this BAPI, discount amounts are not updated the way they work with FB60 and also not getting split proportionately by profit center (New GL doc splitting). We are facing similar issues with Tax postings as well.

We were going through some forums and SAP notes. we got following suggestions.

  1. Use BDC instead of BAPI. (My development doesn’t recommend this option)
  2. Use a custom logic in BAPI. (We are not sure how feasible/safe it is to write a complex logic for Discount Net procedure and Doc splitting in BAPI)
  3. I got some SAP notes and need your advice what is the right note to apply.

Can you help us with your recommendation on this at the earliest possible.

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2012 at 10:02 AM

    Hi

    For discount, perhaps you don't have the proper fields for it. Check these notes

    SAP Note 306504 - Collective note: BAPIs for the AC interface

    SAP Note 487722 - Using EXTENSION1 for accounting BAPIs

    SAP Note 556311 - BAPI in the extended withholding tax

    Regards

    Eduardo

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