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FI document updating in FM

Jan 30, 2017 at 11:19 PM

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Dear Gurus,

I am doing a simple FB50 posting with a debit line falling to a 30-3 CI and a credit line falling to a 90-1 CI.

It generates me 3 line items in FM: 1- Amount type 100 (original) and Value Type 54 (invoice). 2- Amount Type (reduction) and Value Type 54 (invoice); 3- Amount Type 250 (Paid) and Value Type 57 (payment).

Is that the regular standard behavior? Because it’s strange to have invoice original/reduction line items since it was never mentioned any vendor/client in the process. Also strange to have 3 line items for a only 30-3 CI line item posting.

Am I missing some coustomizing here?

Thanks.

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Tammy Powlas
Oct 13, 2017 at 09:52 PM
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If you could share some screen shots, that would help but the standard value types are 54 (invoice) and then when it is paid 54 is credited and 57 is the new value type.

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Former Member Oct 20, 2017 at 06:30 AM
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Indeed. The combination of CI 30-3 and 90-1 generates items with value type 54 (amount type 0100 and 0200) and 57 (amount type 0250) - standard behaviour.

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Eli Klovski
Oct 20, 2017 at 06:54 AM
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Hi,

It's definitely standard, as your invoice is self-cashed (paid) due to counterpart account of 90/1. You should check why you have such setting, or rather why you have such a pattern in invoice posting. If it's a 'regular' invoice document posted against vendor, then commitment item on this line shouldn't be of the nature 90/1.

Regards,

Eli

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