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Due date payment restriction during manual payment posting

Hi Team.

We have a requirement to pay bills only after the due date is over,and not before that.

For Ex :- If i have payment terms of 30 days and i am booking invoice on 1st of mar then due date would be 31st of mar.

our requirement is to pay this bill only on or after this 31st march.user should not allowed to post any payment entry before 31st march.

Can some one please give the settings required for achieving this requirement during manual payment entry..

appreciate your help..



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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 01:31 PM

    Hi Vinai,

    You should be using APP- F110 in case you want the restriction on due date for payment.

    Manual Payments is also a means to by pass the restrictions, in case you want to pay the vendor for business emergency even though the payment is not due.



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  • Posted on Jun 03, 2014 at 01:35 PM


    Did you validate this requirement? You may miss the cash discount for early payment with this setup.

    If you still want to proceed, I doubt if SAP has any standard functionality for this. You can create validation in OB28 to compare due date and payment date. If due date is greater than payment date, through error message.


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    • Former Member Simi A

      Dear Simi,

      As Vinod advised we can block auto posting as well as manual using OBB8,

      But in my case it wont work. for Ex- 1 vendor has 100000 invoices,we need to remove manually blocking indicator and post payment.but it's a hectic work for the end user.

      But if we are able to put validation then they will easily come to know the due date is not reached so it is not clearing.

      Hence i requested team advise.



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