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SD Credit Management

Dear SD Gurus;

There's such a question that the value in the report of VKM1 for the column "Credit Value". Where does it come from? Please explain me what kind of calculation does it make in the system and find that value in the VKM1 column

The other question is that some fields appear that they have been divided with 1000. such as "credit limit, "open order value", open delivery value"...

Could you please suggest anything that can help us to make it what it's actually as value in FD32? SO those 3 columns value should not appear to have been divided with 1000.



Edited by: J.Black on Dec 28, 2009 7:02 PM

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he calculation in transaction VKM1 is done in function module

SD_CREDIT_VALUE_ORDER. There is a loop at the sales order item

which are credit active. The system takes the credit price (VBAP-CMPRE)

to calculate the value in document currency. In a second step this

value is translated to credit currency. The value in credit currency

is outputted on the list of VKM1.

The system calculates the value as credit price x requested quantity

With regards to the display in VKM*, what you have described is the

standard system behaviour.

For the list in VKM* transaction the credit limit of the customer is

shown as thousands. That means if you maintain in transaction FD32

a credit limit of 10,000.00 USD, you will see it in VKM1 as 10.00 TUSD.

Unfortunately the column header does not say this to the user. In

other fields we have this in the column header - for example credit

value in TSD.

What you can do is to customize your display variant in transaction

VOKR. There exists the field AWAER for currency. This shows the

currency in thousands. For example TEUR (for thousands Euro). If

you place this field directly behind the credit limit field, it should

be clear for the user.

Note 413483 VKM1-5: Display credit values in thousand



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