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Cancellation of cheque date

Hi Gurus,

I have a requirement like: Doc Posting is date is: 15/07/2014 and payment date is: 16/07/2014. Aging should be calculated?

The Biggest task is: Say they had a posted a vendor liability document on 15/07/2014 and payment has been made for the same on 16/07/2014.

The aging would be 1 one day. On the next day 17/07/2014 they realised the need to cancel they cheque for some XXXX reasons.

The cancellation of cheque is picking up the the document posting date which is: 15/07/2014. When they reissue the cheque for the same vendor on 18/07/2014. The aging is calculating as :15/07/2014 - 18/07/2014 which is 3 days. But client want the aging to be calculated from the reissue of the cheque.

Any help on this is really appreciated...

BR

Rohit Raj....

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2014 at 07:18 AM

    Hi,

    Please

    1. Void check through FCH8

    2. Manual clearing through F-53

    3. Update Manual check through FCH5.

    Hope, this solves your issue else revert.

    Regards,

    Tejas

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    • Hi Tejas,

      The client pays all there vendors thourgh APP. So manula cheque updation is ruled out.

      The manual Clearing is also no done at the client place. even this ruled out. They will pay complete vendor liability amt on the next day.

      They will void they cheque through FCH8 which you mentioned. They have the same report which will give them the documents which got voided....

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