Purchase invoicing plan - good entry

Dear all,
I have implemented the invoice plan in purchase order following SAP library ([SAP Link|http://help.sap.com/saphelp_46c/helpdata/en/ea/6e1b769e0111d1a39b0000e8a522f1/frameset.htm]) but SAP Library tells do NOT insert the "good receipt" flag in item purchase order. If I insert this flag how can I do the good entry for item? In this case I must create two orders: one for invoicing plan and one for good recipt. It is the right solution?
Thank you a lot.

Dear Atul,
If you have service contract with vendor and do not wait for vendor invoice that time you can plan for automatical invoice on base of PO.
And you can make the payment against that invoice and you can keep the good relation with vendor.
you can use perodic invoice plan for this situation . Please check this link for your more information.

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  • Purchase Order with Invoice Plan

    I need to understand working with Invoicing plans for a Purchase Order. Especially the service PO for the rents and other related services.
    How the PO is linked to the Invoice Plan and how the process happens in SAP?
    Thanks in advance!

    Creating an Invoicing Plan  
    The following procedure describes how to create an invoicing plan with the pre-Enjoy ordering transactions (ME21, ME22, ME23).
    The procedure described is also applicable u2013 with certain restrictions u2013 to the Enjoy purchase order (ME21N, ME22N, ME23N).
    If you are using the Enjoy purchase order, you will find:
    ·         The Invoicing Plan button and the indicators for GR-based invoice verification (GR-Based IV), service-based invoice verification (Srv.-Based IV), evaluated receipt settlement (ERS), and invoice receipt (Inv. Receipt) among the item details on the Invoice tab page.
    ·         The account assignment among the item details on the Account Assignment tab page
    ·         The Goods Receipt and GR Non-Valuatedindicators among the item details on the Delivery tab page
    Vendor Master Record
    Before you can use the invoicing plan with automatic settlement, the Evaluated Receipt Settlement Delivery indicator must be set on the Purchasing Data screen in the vendor master record.
    (If you wish to enter invoicing dates manually, this is not necessary.)
    Purchase Order
    ●     We recommend using a framework order (that is a purchase order with a validity period and a reason for rejection). The invoicing plan can adopt the validity period specified in the PO header.
    ●     PO items for which you wish to use an invoicing plan must have account assignment irrespective of whether a material with a master record, a material described by a short text, or an external service is involved.
    ●     The GR/IR control facility must be set up in such a way that no goods receipt (or, in the case of services, no service entry) is expected - only an incoming invoice. If you wish to have automatic settlement, you must also set the Evaluated Receipt Settlement indicator.
    If you nevertheless wish to allow service entry sheets for the item (e.g. for information purposes only), you must set the GR Non-Val. indicator.
    Under Purchase Order à Invoicing Plan in Customizing for Purchasing, you can maintain data such as the desired invoicing plan types, date categories, and date descriptions.
           1.      Create a purchase order with account assignment (framework order).
    Click  to access the item overview (or the overview of service lines if you chose item category D for services).
           2.      Enter the desired material or service, the quantity, and the price.
           3.      Select the desired item and click  Account Assignments to access the account assignment screen. Enter the account assignment for this item.
           4.      Click  to access the item detail screen. Check that the GR/IR control indicators are set correctly on the item detail screen.
    ○     The GR and GR-Based Invoice Verification or Service-Based Invoice Verification indicators must not be set.
    ○     IR must be set.
    ○     You must set ERS if you wish to have Evaluated Receipt Settlement.
    ○     If you wish to have service entry sheets purely for information, for example, allow non-valuated goods receipt (i.e. select the GR Non-Val and GR indicators).
           5.      Choose Item ® Invoicing Plan. A window appears, in which the invoicing plan types predefined in Customizing are suggested. Choose the desired invoicing plan type and click  Continue.
    You can use the following invoicing plan types:
    ○     Periodic Invoicing Plan
    ■      You use the periodic invoicing plan if the total value of the PO item is to be invoiced in each period.
    ■      The system creates the invoicing dates automatically on the basis of the settings in Customizing.
    ■      The invoicing date and the amount to be invoiced are shown for each settlement period (e.g. month). In the case of the periodic invoicing plan, the amount represents the total value of the PO item.
    ■      You can change the suggested dates and block individual dates for automatic invoicing if necessary.
    ■      You can enter the start and end dates for the invoicing plan.
    ■      With the Dates from and Dates to fields, you can determine that an invoicing plan does not contain invoicing dates extending over the entire validity period of the purchase order but only for a certain period within that validity period. (E.g. within a validity period from 1.1. to 12.31, only dates within the period 1.1. to 06.30.)
    ■      With the Horizon field, you control how far into the future dates can be created. If you enter a date rule that adds six months to the current date here, invoicing dates will be created for just half a year in advance in each case.
    The system automatically creates new dates if you change the invoicing plan or when you invoke the transaction for Updating Periodic Invoicing Plans. See Generating Further Invoicing Plan Dates
    ■      The In Advance indicator allows you to specify whether the invoice is to be created with regard to a prior or subsequent period. (E.g. at the beginning of February, either in advance for the month of February or in arrears for the month of January).
    ■      In addition, fields with information on the existing invoicing plan are displayed (e.g. the calendar upon which the date determination process is based).
    ○     Partial Invoicing Plan
    ■      You use the partial invoicing plan if the total value of the PO item is to be invoiced in several partial amounts.
    ■      You get an empty date overview in which you can manually enter the desired dates.
    ■      If you work with a reference invoicing plan, the system automatically generates dates in accordance with the reference plan.
    You have the following options:
    ●      You create a reference invoicing plan in Customizing for the invoicing plan type.
    ●      You enter an existing invoicing plan as reference plan directly in the invoicing plan for the PO item.
    ■      You can flag a date in field B (Billing/Invoicing Rule) as follows:
    ●      As a down payment (percentage or value)
    ●      As an invoicing date (percentage or value)
    ●      As a final invoice
           6.      Click  to return to the item overview.
           7.      Click  to save the purchase order item with the invoicing plan.
    You can then start the automatic invoice creation process during invoice verification.
    For more information, refer to the section Settlement of Amounts Due Under Invoicing Plans.
    Once assigned to an item, the invoicing plan type (e.g. partial invoicing plan) cannot be changed. If you wish to assign a different invoicing plan type, you must delete the item and create a new one.
    Generating Further Invoicing Plan Dates  
    If you have assigned a periodic invoicing plan to a PO item but have not initially defined invoicing dates covering the entire validity period of the purchase order, you can generate further dates in due course.
    You have created a PO item with a periodic invoicing plan for a certain planned procurement. The purchase order is valid from 1.1. to 12.31. When creating the invoicing plan, you specified one invoicing date per month for the first half of the year. You have not yet planned any dates for the second half of the year because you do not wish information from the invoicing plan to be passed on to purchase order commitments at this stage, for example.
    By mid-June, it is clear that the PO is to proceed as envisaged, and you therefore wish to schedule invoicing dates for the remainder of its validity period.
    To schedule further invoicing dates, proceed as follows:
    Choose Purchase order ® Follow-on functions ® Period. invoicing plan
    Specify the purchase orders for which invoicing dates are to be generated in the invoicing plan and perform the function.
    A log can be created if desired.
    The system adds further dates on the basis of information such as the validity period or horizon from Customizing, the purchase order, and the invoicing plan.

  • Invoicing plan for purchase order

    Hi experts
    There is invoicing plan facility in SAP. Can we use it in following scenario.
    We have a separate type of purchase order for  services. On daily basis we prepare the service entry sheet against the said purchase order as and when service is completed.
    IF YES    HOW???
    Atul kulkarni

    Dear Atul,
    If you have service contract with vendor and do not wait for vendor invoice that time you can plan for automatical invoice on base of PO.
    And you can make the payment against that invoice and you can keep the good relation with vendor.
    you can use perodic invoice plan for this situation . Please check this link for your more information.

  • PRD account different between good entry and invoice entry

    Hi all
    I have a company with purchase account posting active,  with the posting method "at clearing account amount". In the good entry the PRD account is of "calculation" type (not balance sheet relevant) like the stock account and the offsetting purchase account ; the total sum of  these three them is 0 (it is a must, otherwise I shall do a false in balance).
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    Working a standard price can happen if the invoice price is different from that of purchase order. SAP register the variance in GR a first time between the standard value of product and PO value, and after a delta in IR corresponding the eventual difference between the PO value and Invoice value.


    Good Morning.
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    Goods Entry for Company 02 and Plant 02.
    Thank you in advance for your cooperation

    Hi Francisco
    It is not possible to have PO on 1 Co and Plant 1 and GRN on Co 2 and plant 2.
    Whereas it is not logical also.
    Because Plants are Valuation area and ,If you have balance sheet on valuation area then in that case you can understand what would have happened if this scenario would have been feasible.
    Well what you can do..
    Create PO on Co Code1 and Plant 1
    Do MIGO ..so u will receive material in Plant 1 ...eg store location 1
    Then after that do Intercompany Stock Transfer
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    Stock Transport Order with Delivery and Billing Document/Invoice
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    let me know if you need more info
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    Dear Gurus,
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  • Goods receipt number and purchase invoice nubember info objects

    hi experts
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    Hi Ahamed,
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  • Purchase Order Module  - Goods Receipt PO - Goods Return - AP Invoice

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  • Planning file entry and purchase orders

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  • Invoicing plan in SRM Purchase Orders

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  • Badi or Enhancement for Purchase order invoice plan change for ME22N

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  • Invoice plan and ERS

    What is the difference between ERS and Invoicing plan?
    Are they both same? In that case, why is the settlement done on Tcode MRRL for ERS and MRIS for Invoice plan....?
    Please clarify my doubt.
    Happy holidays,

    Hi ,
    Please go through this below points difference between invoice plan (MRIS) and ERS (MRRL)  in invoice verification process.
    Use of Invoice plan in SAP MM ( Logisitic Invoice Verification )
    Through the use of Invoicing Plan for leasing agreements and such like, you aims to considerably reduce the manual data entry effort in the purchasing and invoice verification (A/P) department. 
    The invoicing plan enables you to schedule the desired dates for the creation of invoices relating to the planned procurement of materials or services independently of the actual receipt of the goods or actual performance of the services. It lists the dates on which you wish to create and then pay the invoices. 
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    3) The purchase order item must have an account assignment. 
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    5) The vendor must have agreed to use the automatic invoice creation facility (since we will use automatic settlement to create the invoice). In this case, the 'AutoEvalGRSetmtDel.' indicator must be flagged in the vendor master record. 
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    Please go throuth this SAP help linkl
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    3. In PO ( Tax code maintain and Ticked GR based IV and ERS indicator )
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    " There are two types of invoice plan ( Partial and Periodic invoice plan ) - is used to settled the Rental , period based payment etc using MRIS.
    With Thanks,

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    The periodic invoicing plan is the best one which would  suffice your need. But as you have mentioned that you dont want to have the automated invoice generation, you can go for Blanket / Framework orders (FO doc type). Here you would need to give the limit value and the validity period for the agreement with the vendor. you would not require the GR or Sevice entries to be done. You can create manual invoice verification- IR. The only drawback is that you cannot get the monthly fixed amounts defaulted in the Invoice verification, manully the monthly amount has to be entered- everytime you create the invoice.
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  • Invoice Planning FPLT table

    Hi Friends
    We are planning to use invoice planning functionality. I have set up everything for invoice plan and able to generete invoice through MRIS . Once invoice are created the invoice status in invoice plan(FPLT-FKSAF) tab of the purchase order refelects completed(C)  but if i look at the table FPLT it shows A ( Not yet processed ) . I am querying FPLT table for an report
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    Hi Auro,
    Please check notes:
       456398     Invoicing plan: Status 'C' for not settled date
       175516     Update of database table FPLT
    The system determinates the state of an line item of an invoicing plan
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    billing status (FPLT-FKSAF) for other reporting and analysis function.
    Hope this helps.
    Kindest regards,

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