• Subject: RE: Customer Invoice Files
  • From: "George Sagen" <gsagen@xxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2000 11:03:15 -0500
  • Importance: Normal

Paul,

Thanks. The issues you addressed were my precise concerns about using the
shipment records instead of a record that represents the invoice line the
way it was presented to the customer with discounts and tax for each line
broken out within the record.

I'm hoping that an invoice line detail file exists somewhere...

Geo.

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<I believe that the shipment line detail record (MBDDREP) linked to the
shipment header record (MBDHREP) linked, perhaps on a second run if you are
using query, to the invoice header (MBF9REP) is the safest and most
watertight method. However, you should be aware of the KEYS in the invoice
header file so as to handle the possible 'multi shipments to one invoice
number' for the same Customer Order No.

Another area you might wish to consider is the apportionment of order header
discounts, shipment & special charges to the order line details to derive
the 'price' variations of a customer order line or single item.>

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