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Check management issues

Hi There,

I have 2 issues:

1. There was a mistake in the Cheque and the payment. User, instead of doing FCH8 (Void check and reverse payment details), accidently used T-Code: FCH9, to just void the check. So, now, FBL1N for the vendor shows as still Processed, whereas we need to reverse the payment document as well.

How to achieve this?

2. A cheque that has been issued in the previous period has been lost.

We now need to void the cheque and reverse the payment as well in the current period.

a. How do we achieve this if we are cancel the check and reverse the payment in the cuirrent period?

b. How do we achieve this if we are to only void the cheque in the current period?

Your answers are much appreciated.



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  • Posted on May 24, 2013 at 08:42 AM

    Hi Shilpa,

    1. FCH8 is cancellation of cheque as well as payment document. Now situation already cheque voided through FCH9 > Now you have to reverse the payment document number through FBRA ,if it is cleared document or else FB08 ,if it is down payment.

    2. A cheque has been lost but that there is no problem in payment document > Use FCH9 > Use proper void reason ,cancel the cheque assignment with respect to payment document number & assign new cheque number with using of FCH5



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      Hi.. As mentioned by Mani ... Point 1 is correct process

      For Second point use T Code FCH7 - Reprint, this will cancel old check in system and at the same time new check will be updated to the old payment document document only (since there is no need of reversal of old payment document now in current period)

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