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Two credit limit on single customer

Posted on June 3rd, 2013 by Sanjit Anand ||Email This Post Email This Post

A reader question:

Can You help me for one of senarios for my client :

“I have single customer ABC .For Same customer we have set credit limit of 50000 USD, but with same customer we are doing two business first of finish goods sold and second is service.So we don’t want to give that much credit limit to service business. that’s why we want to set two credit limit for same customer. Is there any way to Handle this ?How can two credit limits be set for one (the same) customer?

Answer : Here is summary of Requirement , for same customer , need two credit limit

  • The First is Goods Sold
  • The Second is Service

If you have such requirement , then you may be get disappointed. Currently OCM application is not designed to handle such requirement. Though Oracle have enhancement request for Future releases . Thats means, Future release might have TWO CREDIT LIMIT ON SINGLE CUSTOMER .Sound Intresting .

Therefore , for this case what you can do as workaround is to setup multiple customer accounts under that same party and then define separate credit limits. This way you can use different customer accounts for different types of businesses. Hope this helps.

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