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julianajarotzky
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Hi everyone,

The inbound invoicing option for Brazil team would like to share with you the Pending Documents feature, which is now available in the Receiver Acknowledgment process.


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For a step-by-step guide on how to activate the Receiver Acknowledgement process, refer to Activating Receiver Acknowledgment.

What does the Pending Documents feature do?

This feature enables you to display documents in the Pending Documents report when the documents haven’t been created in the back-end system, due to an issue. The Pending Documents report also displays the reason the document cannot be created.

How can you use the Pending Documents report?

If your documents were not created in the backend system by the Retrieve report, you’ll receive a message explaining the reason. You can access the Pending Documents report for a list of pending documents on the result screen. Then, you can decide which documents to create or remove.

You can perform the following actions to create these documents in the eDocument Cockpit:

  1. Select at least one document.

  2. Choose “Create eDocument” in your eDocument Cockpit monitor.


If you need to remove a pending document, choose the “Delete” option.

 

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Feel free to leave your questions on the SAP Document and Reporting Compliance SAP Community and read similar blog posts on the SAP Document and Reporting Compliance.

Don’t forget to follow the SAP Electronic Invoicing for Brazil (SAP Nota Fiscal Eletronica) tag and the SAP Document and Reporting Compliance to stay tuned on the latest NF-e news.

Thank you and until next time,

Juliana
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