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Split Accouting documents while billing

Former Member
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Hi All,

There is a requirement to split the accounting documents when the billing is done. i.e currently there are only 3 line items in acouting document. The 3 rd line item has to be split 50% into another line item ( say 4th) and appended to accounting documemnts.

Kindly guide me. I found an exit EXIT_SAPLV60B_008, but not sure it can be used or there are better ways to do the same.

Regards,

Shankar

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brad_bohn
Active Contributor
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What type of item is being split? Why don't you use a different condition type and revenue key in the pricing procedure for that and then use a statistical subtotal to show the total value for the two conditions in the billing document?

Former Member
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Hi Brad,

The business model does not support using different condition type as the current spliting is based on a arbitrary condition defined by a customer. Kindly suggest.

Regards,

Shankar

Sandeep_Kumar
Advisor
Advisor
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Are you using New G/L ? if yrs , this is quite easy .

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Hi Sandeep,

We are using New GL only. So suggest where the exit needs to be codded.

Regards,

Shankar

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Hi Sandeep,

Can you share the convenient method you are mentioned. Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Shankar

former_member213437
Active Participant
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Hi Shankar,

First find the length of the third line item like,

data: a char 10,

b char 10,

litm_1 type char255,

litm_2 type char255.

a = strlen(Third line item).

b = a / 2.

litm_1 = third_line_item+0(a).

litm_2 = third_line_item+a(b).

now you have first half in litm_1 and second half in litm_2.

Regards,

Murthy.

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Hi Murthy,

I think you got my requirement totally wrong. I meant splitting into two GL Accounts, not the length separation.

Regards,

Shankar