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Payment proposal has been created + Payment run has been cancelled

I am having this issue in our production environment. I would like to reprocess the proposal aka reprint the checks. The job failed due to an issue with memory on server.

With every payment proposal line receiving this error.

... payment not possible because of reported error

The option to delete the proposal is greyed out -- could I restart the job in SM37 and see if it will process???

I am hoping I can cancel/reverse the proposal and then reprocess.

I would think through F110 we could cancel/reverse then reprocess.

I looked through SCN discussions and didn't find any resolution I am not overly familiar with this functionality.

Jeremy

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    Posted on Jul 22, 2016 at 12:14 PM

    Thanks.

    The functional users have a question.

    Not sure how to navigate and get the the right screen where the F6 prompt can be executed.

    F6, at the main screen? or at the output controller?

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  • Posted on Jul 21, 2016 at 09:37 PM

    Hi Jeremy,

    No need to delete proposal if it's a good proposal and thus you want to proceed. Just schedule new (second) print program job using printout button (or F6)

    Please refer to

    with similar issue.

    regards,

    Anton

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