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MRBR - Invoice not automatically released


I have the following scenario

PO raised for qty 1 value 100

GR completed for qt1 value 100

Invoice created for qty 1 value 110

The invoice is automatically blocked which is correct, then a credit note is entered in MIRO for 10.

Now when I run MRBR with the auto release option the invoice is not unblocked, do you know why this is is the case?

thanks Joe

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    Posted on Jun 11, 2014 at 10:41 AM


    Do refer the below KBA, which explains you why MRBR not released the Invoice with credit memo and corresponding solution.

    KBA: 1781064 - MRBR transaction not releasing payment block on credit memo

    You may also can have a look on below KBA's which may help you..

    1906013 - FI Block can not be released via MRBR

    1790472 - MRBR - Invoices not released Automatically

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    • I have checked invoice and it has block reason "Price". In MRBR I input the invoice and selected blocked due to variance and select "release automatically" nothing is selected but if I select "release manually" the invoice is selected.

      I want to be able to use auto option

  • Posted on Jun 11, 2014 at 11:01 AM


    You try the below points .

    1. Open the invoice in MIR4

    2 Come to the end of the line item

    3.Check the reason for blocking

    4. Remove that block .

    As the invoice is blocked prior to the posting of the credit memo invoice is still under blocking . some time this will happen .

    Check the payment status of both the documents . This could have been the cause of one of the document is under payment .


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