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2523561 - MIRO/MIR7: Logic for tolerance limit (PP) with subsequent debit and subsequent credit

Symptom

You have defined tolerance limit from transaction code OMR6 with tolerance key (PP) and set with tolerance check (upper limit and lower limit). During invoice processing, you have notice when you post subsequent debit system will issue the tolerance check and issue corresponding error message M8082 or M8083, but if you have post a subsequent credit tolerance limit does not carry out price variance checked.

From your expectation, you would expect both of them does not carry out any tolerance limit check during subsequent debit or subsequent credit posting.


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Environment

  • Materials Management (MM)
  • SAP R/3
  • SAP R/3 Enterprise 4.7
  • SAP ERP Core Component
  • SAP ERP
  • SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP
  • SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP, version for SAP HANA

Product

SAP ERP Central Component all versions ; SAP ERP all versions ; SAP R/3 Enterprise all versions ; SAP R/3 all versions ; SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP all versions ; SAP enhancement package for SAP ERP, version for SAP HANA all versions

Keywords

transaction type, subsequent debit, subsequent credit, credit memo, invoice, miro, m8082, m8083, m8 082, m8 083, price too high, omr6, pp, tolerance limit , KBA , m8083 , m8 082 , m8 083 , omr6 , mir7 , miro , price variance , subsequent debit , subsequent credit , m8082 , MM-IV-LIV , Logistics Invoice Verification , How To

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