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ECS Payment Run

We are implementing SAP in Bihar were-in the invoices that are sent to consumer conisits of 3 amounts. i.e


Invoice Posting date


16.01.2016 Due Date for PPI

26.01.2016 Due date + 10 days grace period

2400 To be paid within/upto due date to be eligible for PPI (16.01.2016)

2500 Actual Invoice amount (Upto due date + 10 days grace)

2600 Amount including DPS to be paid after due date + 10 days ( After 26.01.2016)

Now when we execute the ECS run through FPY1 Amount to the tune of Rs 2500 is credited as payment by ECS.

Is it possible to have an ECS run executed for Rs 1900? So that PPI to the tune of 100 can be credit.?

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  • Posted on Jun 17, 2016 at 12:16 PM

    Hi Piyush,

    I guess you are trying to implement the Prompt pay Discount functionality for the ECS customers.

    You can leverage, event 610 which gets triggerred during FPY1 where in you can influence the clearing amount based on your discount calculation.

    So in this scenario, instead of 2500, you can post the payment document of 2400, if you are executing the FPY1 on due date.

    Similarly, you can use the event 0032, to post the discount credit against the account to offset the total invoice amount having a different main/sub combination.

    Just make sure, the amount that you are sending to the Bank contains only 2400 and not the credit as well, the reason being, both of them will have the same payment document no.

    An alternate option would be post the prompt pay discount credit upfront during the generation of the invoice, using event R402. As it is only for ECS customers, so the FPY1 will pick them on due date and they will be eligible for discount. In this scenario, you dont have to do any enehancment in the payment run, which is recommened.

    Hope it helps.



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