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Multiple payment term with different day limit

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We have three payment terms with multiple day limit. for example: ED11 (day limit 10), ED11 (25 day limit) and ED11 (32 days).

User enter just ED11 but i dont understand how system understand which out of the three is the require payment term.

Users feel that due date calculated is wrong. In most case it calculate the due date exactly based on the days mentioned in the payment term. In all cases, days mentioned are 90 days.

In one case, due date if it is (just 90 days) 30/04 but user feels it should be 10th May in the following (obviously he is reffering to ED11 daylimit 10). In this case, SAP calculate 90 days. Is it because of too many payment terms which same name.

Best,

Bala

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Former Member
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Hi,

Please go and check the following path.If teh user wants no. of days as 10, then it should be maintained as 10 in the no. of days field in Payment terms. I think in your case it may be maintained as 90.

IMG->Finacial Accounting->General Ledger Accounting->Accounts Receivable and accounts Payable->Business Transactions->Outgoing Invoices/Credit memos->Maintain Terms of Payment->Check No. of days in Payment terms.

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Prithwiraj

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All three payment term are having 90 days but only day limits are different. All three payment is named as EF11. So, issue is not on no.of days. Issues is, in Ecc6 system calculates 90 days (for due date) whereas, in previous system it calculate 90days + days limit (10). So, if according to document from baseline date if you add 90 days then due date is 30.04 (which is what system calculates) but user says in previous system it use to calculate .09.04 (another 10 days more i.e., days limit).