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Cross-company post outgoing payments - manual

Dears,

Here's another question:

in this topic Cross-Company/Inter-company transactions in point number 1.7:

He has mentioned that we can post outgoing payment on behalf of another company code but I lost in the below :

How does the SAP understands that vendor 900010 is in 1011 not in 1009 without writing anything refers to 1011 ?!
and I am using F-53 almost daily and I can't do this

Can anyone support?

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    Jan 06, 2015 at 11:24 AM

    Hi Abdulrahman,


    Please check the screenshot:

    This is a table that what said.


    JPA


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    Jan 04, 2015 at 10:25 AM

    Hi

    I already tried the two options but when I am trying to enter a vendor number that's not existing in 1009 and make check mark on other account and write CoCd 1011 I found error msg that the vendor is not existing in 1009.

    Best Regards,

    Abdulrahman

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    • Hi Abdul,

      I think you directly input the other company vendor, due to this it is throwing error. If you follow below steps you can do it.

      First you have to select the check box "Other Accounts", after that you get the screen, here you have to input vendor code,account type as K, Co.code & select standard OIs check box. After input the details, you have to click on process open items, then do clearing.

      Regards,

      Mukthar

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    Jan 06, 2015 at 05:18 PM




    Hi Abdul Rahman Alaa Eidin,

    Follow these steps and you will be able to solve this issue.

    First make sure that you have a vendor open item, or else create one using F-43.





    Step No-1

    Go to F-53 and fill up the all required fields upto Vendor Account fields.

    Keep the cursor on the vendor field and ENTER TWICE.

    The below screen will appear

    Step No-2


    Click on the Process Open Item BUTTON

    Then at the bottom of the screen an error message will be displayed “No open items were found “

    Now ENTER only ONCE and you will get the below screen


    Step No-3


    Select the company code and the vendor to whom the payment need to be made





    Step No-4



    Click on the Process open Item BUTTON and you will get the below screen.






    From here, I'm confident that you are good to go.


    Last but not the least to answer your question about how SAP identifies vendor of another company code is through the cross company code mapping at OBYA.


    Take care and Good Luck !














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  • Jan 03, 2015 at 09:11 PM

    Hey Abdul,

    If you look at the step 1.6 in the link-Cross-Company/Inter-company transactions

    A cross company posting was made in company code 1009 against company code 1011.

    Since the cross company code transactions were configured in OBYA its pulling the  open items from 1011.

    Regards,

    Sudhakar*

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    • Hi

      you can use the second option i mentioned in my solution , this option does not need you to extend the vendor to another company code:

      use F-53 and fill data as usual in CoCd 1009 :

      Just before you write the vendor code that  belong to another company code only check the box other account  , this box will open a screen you will be  able to choose vendor /vendor's from another CoCd to pay.


      Regards

      Mahmoud El Nady

  • Jan 06, 2015 at 12:24 AM

    Hi Abdulrahman,

    Check if this vendor is in the LFB1 table filling by company code.

    JPA

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    Jan 06, 2015 at 11:28 AM

    HI Abdul

    Based on the

    Company ID of Trading Partner maintained in the Vendor master Control data tab, System will consider .

    Thanks

    Subrata

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    Jan 07, 2015 at 08:25 AM

    Dears,

    Finally I did it through another tcode F-04 is anyone tried it before?

    Thank you all for sharing your info and for your kind support.

    Regards,

    Abdulrahman

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    • Hi

      F-04 is General Ledger T-code .. you can perform many transaction from it including clearing GL open items along with AP or AR open item clearing..

      Regards

      Mahmoud El Nayd