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What is the basic difference between ship to and bill to, 
can I hv one ship to but nos of bill to or vice versa or in 
what way these r related ?
 Question Submitted By :: Oracle-Apps-Financial
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# 1
"Ship to" means where the material is shipping. "Bill to"
means where the Bill is to be sent. Ship to can be one
address means you can ship the material to one address but
bill will sent different addresses in different situations.
Is This Answer Correct ?    13 Yes 2 No
# 2
"Ship to" means where the material is shipping. "Bill to"
means where the Bill is to be sent. You have to have at
least one "Bill to" location. Also "Bill to" and "Ship to"
locations can be same.
Is This Answer Correct ?    9 Yes 0 No
Vikas G
# 3
'Ship to'location is the location where you ship the goods.
'Bill to' location is the location where you send the
invoice for the goods that has been shipped.

YES! You can have one 'ship to' and many 'bill to'.

Example scenario: The company will have one inventory
location to store and need to sent the bill/invoice to
different offices(bill-to).

Also 'bill-to' and 'ship-to' locations can be same.
Is This Answer Correct ?    8 Yes 1 No
# 4
ship to means where the materials are shipping.
and bill to means , where the bill is sent.
Is This Answer Correct ?    3 Yes 0 No
Maninder Singh Sandhu
# 5
ship to means moving the goods from one location to another
location either warehouse or inventory shifting.
Bill to means for the goods deliverd price receipt it sent
to office (Pricelist for the goods clearly invoice).
Is This Answer Correct ?    2 Yes 0 No

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