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Regarding FF_5 Bank statement

HI Experts,

I need your help, my client has already in the process of FF_5 and its all working fine.

But in my case client is asking for enhancement, for particular Company code.

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Present process

When we run FF_5 the statement will be uploaded and automatic posting will happen to right GL account by Dr and Cr 1:1 entry wise.

Enhancement required

Customer want to split entries to be shown in GL account while debiting as the bank statement is inclusive of VAT.

So want to split those entries with two debit line items one for tax and another for right account which is going now.

Help required from where debit line item will be picked

I sat with development team and while we upload file in system but we are able to see credit line item but from where we will get debit line item please help me.



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    Posted on Dec 04, 2014 at 01:54 PM

    Hi Experts,

    We were successfully able to split the entry, but right now our clients wants the entries to split according to description,can any one help were this description will be mapped as i went through entire configuration part of Electronic bank statement update but no were i could trace this.

    If some one helps on this would be great help full awaiting to hear further.

    Our client is using BIA format to upload files.



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