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FLB1 copy control from invoice to lockbox payment

Hello all - we recently implemented copy control for the XREF1, XREF2 and XREF3 fields. The fields are properly populated on the AR invoice. If the residual payment is done manually it works fine.

If the payment is received via lockbox, the fields are not carrying across from the billing document to the residual payment line item. Even when it is one invoice, one lockbox payment and they match exactly.

Steps to support the process:

In EXIT_SAPLV6_008 we mapped billing document values to XREF1, 2 and 3.

Implemented OSS note 152454 to allow XREF1 and XREF2 to be passed along.

Configuration completed in OBIA, OBIB, OB32, OB41 and OBC4.

Is there some configuration or logic I need in lockbox to make this work? We are using BAI2.

Thanks in advance for any help.

Regards,

Cheryl Tackett

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2015 at 04:20 PM

    Hi Cheryl,

    I would try to verify lockbox procedure used with BAI2 (t-code OBAY, flag Partial payment).

    Best regards,

    Anton

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      Thank you Anton. In OBAY the partial payment flag is not checked. This causes a residual payment to post.

      Regardless of Partial Payment or Residual Payment. When I post either in F-32, it carries the information in the XREF fields from the billing document to the payment. And then, from each payment forward.

      When the payment is posted from Lockbox, the XREF fields are not carried to the posting document.

      Thanks,

      Cheryl

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