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Missing Billing Document to pay in F110

Hello Gurus,

I am new using f110, I am doing some test about to pay billng documents, but at the momento to check my payment proposal is missing the line ítem of the payment for one document already created on VF01. I'd already tried with different vendors and always is the same result.

When I verify in FBL1N if was sucess processed my document it is in.

What I can do to process my payments in F110?

Please see images atteched.

Thank you in advance for your help.


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  • Posted on Oct 16, 2015 at 04:44 AM

    Hi Arturo,

    In the proposal log, it has clearly mentioned the document has blocked with the key 'A'. So first delete the proposal, later remove the block from the documents and again run proposal, then only it will pay.



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  • Posted on Oct 16, 2015 at 07:07 AM

    If I understood you correctly, Image 3 contains the document which is not showing in your payment run.

    If yes. Then just check the DD status of this document. It is in not due condition. (i.e. Net due date is in future).

    If you want this document in payment run proposal, you should change the net due date which should fall on or before payment run date.


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