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Apr 15, 2013 at 05:46 PM

Split CO Assignment of One Item in the Sales Order

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nHi Experts,

In the sales order, my company currently enters same SERVICE material as item 10, 20 and 30 with amount $1k, 2k and 3k because Finance wants item 10, 20 and 30 to be posted to internal order A, B and C respectively. However, in the billing output document, we would like to only show one line for $6k because customer only needs to see one line. The amount and internal order are manually entered due to to their dynamic nature, therefore, we do not maintain pricing for this service material. Also, the number of internal orders for split accounting varies.

1) If we only enter item 10 with a total amount 6k, is there a standard method (I mean by configuration) to split this line into several subitems when creating sales orders and allow users to enter account determination information such as internal order for each sub items? If so, could you please explain how to do that?

2) I would assume that sale BOM would not work for this scenario due to its dynamic nature. However, I created a sale BOM just for testing purpose. When I enter the main material in the order, it does not explode into subitems. How do I make the subitems appear in the sales order?

3) If I keep the order creation process as is, is there any standard method to group item 10, 20 and 30 into one line in the billing document since three items have the same material?

4) If I keep both order and billing as is, is there a standard method to group items into one line in the output?

If you could shed some lights on any of above questions, it would be gratefully appreciated!!

Thanks.

Jennifer