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Correct amount validation in payment lot

As per my knowledge while uploading the items in payment lot , if user made a mistake in putting amount or contract account and post the payment lot then we receive the status of payment lot is 4. In order to smoothen the the process we need to run return lot. My client needs validation of amount matching before posting the payment lot so that he can avoide return lot process. Experts please advice

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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2013 at 02:05 AM

    Hi Ozair,

    What is the reference that you are thinking for matching the amount before posting?

    I don't think it can be outstanding receivable against the customer account as the payment can be a over payment or an under payment apart from an exact match.

    The reconciliation that you are talking about has to happen outside SAP, until and unless there is some feed coming into SAP.

    Can you be more specific about your requirement.



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      As I understand, you want to check the amount being posted thru Payment lot against the open item for the Contract Account.

      Please use Event 242 to perform this check. This event will be called for every item in the payment lot.

      Use FM FKK_ACCOUNT_BALANCE_COMPUTE to get the open items amount and compare with the amount coming from the file thru Payment Lot. In case of miss match through a error message. This error message put the line item to post processing required. The user will be able to analyze and make change required and process the item.

      Please check the event 243 which will be called while adding an Item to the payment lot.

      If you do not want to post processing, then the validation needs to be done before the Payment Lot process.



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