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Period & is not allowed error message when posting a parked document

Hi All,

While trying to post a parked document , I am receiving the following error message . 'Period 11 is not allowed'.

On further analysis on the issue , parked document is created with posting date 31.05.2013 and fiscal perid with '11' , while posting this document posing date is changed to 05.06.2013 and system fetches fiscal period as '12' and there is a checking implemented in FI_DOCUMENT_CHECK and it throws the above error .

I would like to understand , if we can post a parked document for a future period in the same fiscal year ( as described above) if so do we need to have any configuration set to bypass the checking .


Ratheesh BS

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    Posted on Jun 02, 2013 at 10:07 AM

    Hi Ratheesh

    For posting a parked document, we have the below 3 options

    1.Posting date is not changed during posting

    2.Posting date is changed to system date

    3.Same as 1 only if the posting period is closed

    The above config is there in the below path. Kindly check and hope it will be useful for you.

    SPRO-Financial Accounting - Financial Accounting Global Settings - Document - Document Parking - Change Posting Date for Parking Documents



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