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This flowchart outlines the process for handling commercial sales invoices for domestic, export, and service sales within SAP S/4HANA. The process is divided into several key steps, with specific accounting entries at each stage.

  • The process starts with Sales Order Creation using transaction code VA01.
  • The system then determines the type of sale based on the sales order: Domestic Sales, Export Sales, or Service Sale.
  • For Domestic/ Trading and Export Sales, the system checks if there’s a delivery. If there is a delivery, a delivery document is created. This is followed by a Goods Issue (PGI) using transaction code VL01N , which triggers accounting entries debiting the Cost of Goods Sold (COGS) account and crediting the Inventory account. The amount is determined by multiplying the standard/moving average price by the quantity.
  • For Service Sales, there’s no delivery or goods issue step. The system directly creates an invoice after determining it’s a service sale.
  • Customer Invoice (aka billing) is created with reference to the sales order using transaction code VF01, generating an accounting document.

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