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MIRO - Double FI document

Dear Gurus,

i'm trying to release an invoice through MIRO.

The posting date is 31.12.2015, when i save the system says that last document posted has date 10.01.2016.

Since this validation exit shouldn't run, i activated the trace of validation, and i noticed that when i run MIRO there is a double run of validations, one with BUDAT 31.12.2015, and after this another with budat 01.01.2016.

It's like the MIRO is generating 2 invoices!

I noticed that i'm experiencing this problem when there are Material account position (i saw it by simulating).

Is there a note or something else that can solve this double invoice problem?

thanks

Gianni

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2016 at 12:49 PM

    I understood i must define a doument type for revaluation (operation UMB) for MIRO different from the actual document type. Tcode OMR4.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2016 at 11:03 AM

    I found the note: 402856 - Valuation with posting to previous period

    Symptom If you post an invoice into the previous period or the previous year, the system may generate an additional accounting document in the current period which corrects a revaluation of the material generated by the original document.

    Solution

    This is not an error.

    The problem is that this is blocking my invoice posting... Any solutions?

    thanks

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