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Wednesday, February 24, 2010

Invoicing of PO for over Received quantity


Consider a case below.
If user receives quantity more than ordered quantity but with in the tolerance limit specified on PO, then how invoicing activity is carried out.

  • PO raised of quantity 10 with unit price 100.


  • Over Receipt Tolerance is given as 20% (PO> Shipment > Receiving Controls)



  • At the time of doing receipt user has received quantity of 11.




No we need to focus on invoicing part of this case.

  • Invoice is Raised for 11 quantity of 1100 amount.
  • At the time of matching, Oracle shows order quantity as 10, received quantity as 11.
  • At the time of validating the invoice, Oracle puts hold on this invoice of more amount is invoiced than the PO amount.


  • After release this hold we can process the invoice successfully and also close the PO.











5 comments:

  1. Excellent Doc.

    Regards
    Krishanu

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  2. साधुवाद

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  3. Hi,

    In a Intercompany sales order price is Zero(In Req also Price is Zero).But how invoicing is done?

    Thanks
    Munaiz

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  4. The screenshots are not displayed. Any setting to be changed.

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  5. Rathish,
    Pictures updated.. thanks for highlighting the issue

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