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T-code FB03 :Cleared items

Hi All,

T-code FB03 displays document for a journal/ accounting. User says Baseline date field on the screen (display document: Line item xx)for cleared items should be allowed to change by the user. Currently this field is not allowed to change by the user for cleared items. But it is allowed to change for residual items and other items.

My question is what is the right functionality? Meaning is that the way it works in all other sites?

If it works like that can I make a change to have feature to edit the baseline field by the user for cleared items also?

The following is the path for the screen.

FB03---„³ Enter the document no eg. 1400348256 and company code: CC01.

And then it goes to screen document list--„³ enter doc. No: 1400348256 and company code: CC01.

And then double click on the item list.

It will display the list of items. This list contains all types of items such as cleared items and residual items.

If we double click on the item then the display document screen comes up. On this screen the field name is: bline date ( edit mode)

Thanks for your ideas.,

Sobhan.

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 06:26 AM

    Hi,

    Normally the change rules for document items are defined from:

    SPRO->Financial Accounting->Financial Accounting Global Settings->Document->Line Item->Document Change Rules, Line Item

    Svetlin

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    Posted on Sep 29, 2005 at 02:56 AM

    I'm not a functional person, so maybe someone else can do better, but as I understand it, the baseline date is used in accounts receivable to determine the due date for payment. If the document is cleared, that means it has been paid and there should be no reason to change the baseline date.

    Rob

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