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Difference Between Cahs Sales, Rush Order and Standard Order

Hi gurus,

I want to know whole configration for rush order and difference between 1. Rush order and cash sales. 2. cash sales and standard order.

Would u please help me for this...



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1) Cash sale : in this delivery automatically happen when you save the sales order. After that you have to give an invoice to the customer.

2) Rush order. Here also delivery automatically happen when you save the sales order. But the difference is you can send invoice after some time but the delivery should happen immidately.

If you goto any super market first, you pick up the item and then pay the bill and then you will get the bill, this process is cash sales.

Cash sales is order related billing whereas RO is delivery related.

Cash sales is not relevant for availability check as you will be picking the goods whereas RO is relevant for availability check.

Cash sales is also not relevant for credit management whereas RO is relevant credit management.

Cash sales uses RD03 as output which immediately prints the invoice whereas RO uses standard output RD00.

Cash sales has one time customer account group where as RO normally doesn't.

For cash sales order type is BV or CS and for RO it is RO

Cash sales triggers petty cash a/c where as in RO customers account is debited.

Delivery and settlement will be done immediately in cash sales where as in RO only delivery will be done immediatrly.

Rush Order/Cash Sales u2013

Rush orders and Cash sales are sales document types that are used in the sales from plant process or when the customer needs to pick their goods immediately from the warehouse.

In the sales document type, the following changes have to be made for rush order/cash sales u2013

a. order type u2013 RO/CS

b. shipping conditions u2013 immediately

c. immediate delivery u2013 X

d. lead time in days u2013 not to be specified

e. delivery type u2013 LF/BV

f. billing type u2013 F2/BV

g. item category u2013 TAN/BVN

h. schedule line category u2013 CP/CP

In case of rush orders and cash sales once the goods have been withdrawn from the warehouse, picking and posting goods issue can begin.

In case of rush orders, when you create the billing documents the system prints the invoice papers and sends them to the customer.

But in case of cash sales, an order related billing index is generated automatically. This updates the billing due list. Billing type BV is created, while the billing due list is being processed and the system does not print invoices during billing for a cash sale.

In cash sales when you save the order, the system automatically generates a cash receipt that can be given to the customer as an invoice and the goods are picked up from the warehouse immediately by the customer. You control the output with output type RD03, contained in the output determination procedure for order type CS.

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