Differences between Cash Sales and Rush Order
Cash Sales: In this type of order CS, as soon as you save the sales
order the delivery is automatically created as same date and billing will also
be generated at the same date as soon as you save the delivery document.
In a rush order, the customer picks up the goods immediately, or you deliver
them on the same day as when the order was created. When you save the rush
order, a delivery is automatically created in the standard system. Billing the
rush order takes place as normal, after the delivery.
In the standard system, sales document type RO is saved for rush orders with
immediate delivery type LF. Once the goods have been removed from storage, the
goods are picked, and goods issue is posted. Once the billing documents are
created (for example, in collective processing), invoice papers are printed and
sent to the customer.
Rush Order: In this type of Order RO , The delivery will be created as
soon as you save the sales order. But you bill the customer later.
In cash sales, you can process an order for when the customer orders the goods,
picks them up, and pays for them immediately. The delivery is processed at the
same time as when the order is created and a cash invoice is printed
immediately: billing is therefore related to the order, unlike rush and standard
orders. Receivables are not created for the customer, as they are for rush and
standard orders because the amount in the invoice is immediately posted to a
In the standard system, sales document type BV (CS) is saved for cash sales with
immediate delivery type BV.
When the sales employee creates a cash sale, the system automatically proposes
the current date as the date for delivery and billing. Once the order has been
posted, a delivery with type BV is created immediately in the background and the
system prints a document that is used as an invoice for the customer. The
invoice papers are controlled with output type RD03, contained in the output
determination procedure for order type CS.