E1: 42: Sales Order Intercompany Processing (P4210/P4205/R4210IC/R42800)
(Doc ID 2100052.1)
Last updated on OCTOBER 15, 2021
One company sells items to a customer but the goods are shipped from a different company. The order type of SI is used for the sales order to the customer. On the SI, the header branch indicates the selling company, and the detail branch indicates the shipping company. An intercompany sales order with an order type of SK is created for the shipping company to bill the selling company for the items that were shipped to the customer. An intercompany purchase order with an order type of OK is created for the selling company that owes the shipping company for the items.
An order type of SI is used for the sales order to the customer. On the SI, the header branch indicates the selling company. The detail branch indicates the shipping company. The items on the sales order will be hard committed to particular lot/locations in the Detail Branch and then shipped to the customer. Once the goods are shipped, the Header Company can invoice the customer and the Shipping (Detail) Company can invoice the Header Company. Sales Update (R42800) creates accounting entries for the transaction.
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