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Problem while posting Invoice for Service PO.

Hello All,

I am facing a undermined issue.

Please share your solution if have anything.

Below I have described the issue in detail.

Problem: Service PO is created as a service PO with multiple account assignment for the net amount of 6,500,000 CHF. The invoice is paid through MIRO to the PO in various period of time since 2011 to until now .

Now the problem is invoice amount ( item 1) 6,893,155.01 is paid more than PO net amount 6,500,000 CHF. I tried various way I couldn’t able to identify how system is paying only this much difference in the invoice (393155 CHF) for this item 1.

However I have confirmed this is not because of Po limit or invoice tolerance cause.

Whereas I was created similar PO in Test System and invoiced on the same day ,the system is paying only the PO net amount correctly . Based on my simulation I decided that this may cause due to exchange difference, unfortunately there no exchange currency is taking place in the PO. In PO Both local and foreign currency is CHF only. Hence I don’t have evidence to conclude .

Please share your view on this issue.

Regards,

Sathish

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2013 at 03:20 PM
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    Posted on Jan 07, 2013 at 10:33 AM

    Hi,

    You have mentioned about the PO net amounts. What are the total services availed against that PO?

    check the total value of the services availed/service entries done for that PO in PO history.

    Share the details of PO history to understand the issue clearly.

    Regards

    Ravi

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