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FSCM- Credit Exposure in UKM_COMMITMENTS

Hi,

I'm using BAdI UKM_FILL for updating FI entries into FSCM credit exposure categories 100,200,300 in UKM_COMMITMENTS.

When a Sales order is raised, its credit exposure gets updated in category 100, which is fine.

When an invoice is raised, it appears as open item in FBL5N & in UKM_COMMITMENTS its credit exposure gets updated in category 200, which is fine.

When a prepayment is received,it appears as open item in FBL5N & UKM_COMMITMENTS its credit exposure gets updated in category 300, which is fine.

The issue i'm facing is that when i pass a clearing entry in F-28 for clearing the Open Invoice & Prepayment, it gets cleared in FBL5N but remains open in UKM_COMMITMENTS because of which the credit limit does not get released.

Can anyone help what issue can it be?

An interface issue or BAdI or any config?

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    Posted on May 11, 2015 at 11:01 AM

    Hi Gaurav,

    In SMQ2 check queue UKM_DOCUMENT_PROCESS it might be block and that is why it is not updating the exposure.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Prateek

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      Hi Prateek,

      My BASIS team is not able to find the queue UKM_DOCUMENT_PROCESS in the system we are using. On running SMQ2 we are getting a screen (below). Can you help which of the queues can it be out of the list where we can dig more to check?

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  • Posted on May 12, 2015 at 01:00 PM

    Hi Gaurav,

    Please check oss note 2009736, maybe it is not completely your issue, but it contains a correct source code for the BAdI UKM_FILL method FILL_FIELDS.

    I think it will help you to check if your BAdI implementation is correct.

    And otherwise you can also check your log via report: UKM_ITEM_LOG.

    Best Regards,
    Henk

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