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Can anyone explain me invoice forecasting payment blocking program ?

We had a invoice which was scheduled to be paid on some date , i blocked the invoice as per the request of the user and unblocked it on the same day, the invoice did not get paid on that date but instead it went through a blocking program and got payment blocked, it should only be payment blocked when forecast did not know that it was supposed to be paid this week as of last friday.

Can someone guide me on this

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  • Posted on Jul 13, 2016 at 03:46 PM

    Hi Ankita,

    The Payment Date is defined by BSEG-FDTAG field and the visualization on FF7B is based on Planning Level and Planning Groups.

    IMG: Financial Supply Chain Management -> Cash and Liquidity Management -> Cash Management -> Master Data -> Subledger Accounts -> Vendor Control ->

    -> Define Planning Levels

    -> Define Planning Gropus


    The layout in FF7B is defined by


    IMG: Financial Supply Chain Management -> Cash and Liquidity Management -> Cash Management -> Structuring -> Groupings -> Maintain Structure

    In some situations, the Planning Level defined by the Planning Group can be changed by

    IMG: Financial Supply Chain Management -> Cash and Liquidity Management -> Cash Management -> Structuring -> Maintain Blocked Levels

    instead of having F1 as Planning Level you will see the invoice as XA.

    If you have the Payment block configured in last IMG route, the Planning Level will change and you will have the same payment date but in a different Planning Level. The way you see information is defined in the layout of FF7B

    Kind Regards

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