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You're now being signed in. I have checked in VTFA, there is no copy control between TA to F2 as you mentioned. VTFL - copy control between F2 to LF maintained already and TAN is present at item level. Though I know of F2 as a billing type. weblink
The logs says 0000000001 000010 Item Category TA TAN cannot be invoiced with billing type F2. In the Spotlight Which response to your Toolbox.com Groups post was the most helpful? Solve problems - It's Free Create your account in seconds E-mail address is taken If this is your account,sign in here Email address Username Between 5 and 30 characters. Thanks a lot in advance for sharing the knowledge. https://scn.sap.com/thread/1370473
Item Category Cannot Be Invoiced With Billing Type
then save and test. The logs says 0000000001 000010 Item Category TA TAN cannot be invoiced with billing type F2. Sap SD Discussion Re: [sap-log-sd] Storage Location is not Defined for Delivery Item 000010 [sap-log-sd] Strategy Contains No Selection Specifications Batch 12345 E Does Not Correspond a Selection Criteria. [sap-log-sd] Error
Item category YLF YKBN cannot be invoiced with billing type f2 OSS Note 77414(cumulative billing of batch split) White Papers & Webcasts T&E Expense Management: The Best-In-Class Pillars of Next-Generation Expense Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... This website is not affiliated with, sponsored by, or approved by SAP AG. Sales Document Type Cannot Be Invoiced With Billing Type In Sap Use 'Best Answer' to mark highest quality content.
Item Category TA TAN cannot be invoiced with billing type F2. The Item Is Not Relevant For Billing I have entered VF01 to created billing document by entering delivery document, but it is showing me an error "no billing documents were generated" I want to know how to create via sap-r3-log-sd" For example, when you maintain your copy control for LF(delivery type) to F2(billing type) make sure that when you look at the copy control(items) your item category tan is also present.
All product names are trademarks of their respective companies. Start a new thread here 413320 Related Discussions Create Billing Document:Log How to Create a Billing Document after Delivery is Done Item Category TA TAG cannot be invoiced with billing type Manage group e-mails Create an FAQ on this topic Tell us what you think Unsubscribe from discussion _.____.__ Email ThisBlogThis!Share to TwitterShare to FacebookShare to Pinterest Newer Post Older Post Home via sap-r3-log-sd" wrote:# Oracle takes control # Read News: http://sap.ITtoolbox.com/r/hdr.asp?r=38539 # View Group Archive: http://sap.ITtoolbox.com/hrd.asp?i=922 Hi Go and check in the Meterial master(MM01) that item catogory and item category group is
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Item Category TA TAG cannot be invoiced with billing type F2 Tuty asked Jan 14, 2009 | Replies (1) Hi there, I have a problem with the billing, the error message http://sap.ittoolbox.com/groups/technical-functional/sap-log-sd/item-category-ta-tan-cannot-be-invoiced-with-billing-type-f2-413320 Please advise. Item Category Cannot Be Invoiced With Billing Type RSA Conference View All Topics View All Members View All Companies Toolbox for IT Topics SAP Groups Ask a New Question SAP Logistics Sales and Distribution The SAP Logistics SD group Item Category Cannot Be Invoiced With Billing Type F2 for option a) you maintain the copy control from sales doc--> Billing doc for your item cat. (usually service, since you mentioned TAN in the error you might be following the
Item Category TA TAN cannot be invoiced with billing type F2 Sridhar asked Feb 13, 2004 | Replies (1) Dear Friends: In change sales order, I went to billing and create have a peek at these guys Top This thread has been closed due to inactivity. In VTFA the copy control between F2 to OR has already been maintained, but in item level TAN is missing as you pointed out (please guide me step by step process If I add the TAG item, is there any impact on the billing? Item Category Ta Tan Cannot Be Invoiced With Billing Type F2
Avoiding the Shoebox: Managing Expenses in Small and ... jitender dalal replied Jan 7, 2013 Dear Tijan "Item category F2 YVGA cannot be invoiced with billing type L2" . How do you go about with the billing? http://cluefest.com/cannot-be/the-item-report-cannot-be-found-rsitemnotfound.html Amruta Manjre replied Apr 14, 2010 Please carry on the Delivery Related Billing rather than from the Oder.
How to Create a Billing Document after Delivery is Done Item Category TA TAN cannot be invoiced with billing type F2 Item Category TA TAN cannot be invoiced with billing type Raghu JMMartinez via sap-r3-log-sd Happy New Year. " graphics9...
Labels Account Assignment Account Determination batch determination Cost Center Credit Management Currency Conversion ME22N OKB9 price condition records pricing pricing procedure re-checking availability Sale Partner V/76 Sap Press Loading... The system says No bills documents were generated.see log. Regards, Amruta Manjre Top Best Answer 0 Mark this reply as the best answer?(Choose carefully, this can't be changed) Yes | No Saving... Copy control from the sales doc type (TA or OR) to the Billing doc type (F2) Menu path: Implementation Guide for R/3 Customising (IMG) > Sales and Distribution > Billing Billing
Information The requested topic does not exist. Please confirm. Regards Jitender Dalal Top White Papers and Webcasts Popular ERP CRM Sales Integration Solutions Comparison Guide Related Putting mobile first: best practices of mobile technology ... this content after selecting this, go to item category and there change the item category with YVGA.
Blueprint for Delivering IT-as-a-Service - 9 Steps for ... Tijan007 replied Jan 7, 2013 HI All, I created a credit memo for the retroactive billing but I notice at the simulation stage that total value of the ORIGINAL invoice was VOV8 - I have not found order type TA.
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