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MR8M Reversal

Hi Dears!

I have a problem with MR8M transaction. I made an invoice using MIRO and reversed this invoice using MR8M. I've made this invoice to post alternative reconciliation account B111 (instead main reconciliation account A111 which was assigned in vendor account) . When I reversed this invoice system taking main reconciliation account.

I have mapped alternative recon B111 with main recon account A111( This recon account was assigned in Vendor account) in configuration(SPRO->Financial Accounting->Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable->Business Transactions->Postings with Alternative Reconciliation Account->Define Alternative Reconciliation Accounts).

Why system taking main reconciliation account when I'm using MR8M transaction? Please suggest is there any possibility for my question.

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  • Posted on Jul 08, 2016 at 01:14 PM

    Hi Lunazhan,

    Yes, the system works as designed.

    During MIRO invoice and reversal postings, always the reconciliation account maintained in the vendor master data should be used.

    It should not be possible to change the reconciliation account of a posted vendor invoice within SAP standard process.

    I hope this can help you understand the system behavior.

    Thank you & best regards,

    Joyce

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    • Former Member

      hi,

      What ever you have been assigning in the Vendor master records that only it will take.. alternative reconciliation accounts means we can utilize the two reconciliation accounts for particular vendor for various business transitions needed by the clients....If you assign the alternative reconciliation account in the vendor master data it will come automatically when you reverse the translation in the MR8M ...Before doing MR8M first you need to be cancelled the migo t code that particualr po and go to MR8M AND FB08 This is about standardized process..

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