For certain business requirements, you need to define customer specific invoice split criteria. This can be achieved usi...
Introduction For certain business requirements, you need to define customer specific invoice split criteria. This can be achieved using below method.
Process steps Standard SAP is creating invoice splits based on the value specified in the field VBRK - ZUKRI. This field is available in the delivery to billing item copy control settings. This functionality is same as the delivery split criteria using field LIPS-ZUKRL in the sales to delivery header copy control settings. IMG Path:
You need to make a copy of standard copy routine "007" and create your own routine to add required ABAP coding. This can be done in the transaction VOFM -> Data transfer / Billing Documents
Here is the standard copy routine 007
Please refer below 2 links with regard to creating and transporting VOFM routines;
How to create Requirement Routines -> Click here
How to transport Requirement Routines from one client to the other -> Click here
Example: If you want to split invoices based on the delivery document number, you need to pass LIKP-VBELN in to VBRK-ZUKRI As soon as you pass different values to the field ZUKRI, standard SAP will split invoices.
Additional Notes Please refer below OSS notes for more info.
Note 1561427 - Billing document split Note 11162 - Invoice split criteria in billing document Note 36864 - Billing split due to export indicator Note 31206 - Collective billing - Order/Delivery-related
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