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SAP TRM : TM02 End Date - Disable

Dear All,

We have created the FD Investment transaction as per the below details i.e

Company Code : XXXX

Product Type : 51A

Transaction Type : 100

Business Partner : XXXXXXX

Flow Type : 1100

Start Date : 01.01.2015

End Date : 31.12.2015

Int : 6%

After settling the transaction we did TBB1 i.e on 01.01.2015, after the TBB1 posting when we checked the transaction in TM02 the End Date field i.e 31.12.2015 is also in display mode but actually it should be in editable mode.

Kindly suggest.


Reenu John

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  • Posted on Apr 02, 2015 at 05:33 AM

    Hello Reenu,

    You may enter OK command "FMOD" and press enter in FTR_EDIT when you display or change the transaction, it will tell you if there is field modification assigned for the product type/trasaction type / activity.

    Goto customizing Treasury and Risk Management > Transaction Manager > General Settings > Define Field Selection to check more details.

    Another posibility is to check if you have performed "Edit flow" for relevant fows, manual change will block the flow. You may "Undo: edit flow" first, then you can change the term end date.

    Or if variable interet used, please check the interest adjustment.

    Best regards,


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  • Posted on Apr 02, 2015 at 07:04 AM

    You may also need to check the interest flow. If it's posted then the end-date should be disabled.

    Regards, Feng

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