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Simulate Acccounting Document in VF02

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Dear All,

Is it possible to simulate document before Release to Accounting in Tcode VF02.

Like in MM, We are preparing MIR7 , Vendor Bill entry and we can simulate document before posting it to FI.

Like wise is it possible in SD, before FI Posting of Billing document we can have simulate option.

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former_member212707
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Swati,

There is no standard simulation functionality in SD-Billing. However,

1. Upon hitting enter in VF01 , you should see a statement saying "Accounting document not generated" (if that is the case)

2. In VF02 for documents that haven't been posted, you can click on the green flag (release to accounting) and it will post if all the A/c determination parameters were correct.

3. Check report VFX3. This is a standard SAP report used to check which invoices have not posted to accounting yet.

Thanks,
Ravin

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Thanks,

Is there any BADI or any workaround available for simulation in VF02 ?

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former_member212707
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Swati,

You will have to go the User exit route to achieve your reqt.

Check the user exits in the program SAPLV60B (interface to FI- accounting).

The thread posted by Mr JP contains the logic that might help you.

Is there any specific reason you want to simulate the customer invoice before posting? Just trying to understand the value of doing it.


Thanks,

Ravin

jpfriends079
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As per my understanding we don't have any std process with can support following:


simulate document before Release to Accounting in Tcode VF02.

Like in MM, We are preparing MIR7 , Vendor Bill entry and we can simulate document before posting it to FI.

Alternatively, refer following thread which discuss about way, which can address your requirement:

- Simulating Acccounting Document before billing is created ( VF01 )

Also, check accounting determination analysis in billing to know whether values are getting determined or not.

I hope that helps.

Thanks, JP