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VF02 Document 6000021111 saved (no accounting document generated)


when I implement user exit SDVFX002, EXIT_SAPLV60B_001 then I get the message no accounting document generated in VF01

the only code I have put here is XACCIT-sgtxt = 'V4'.

that's it.

If I remove this code, the accounting document is generated

IF I put this code, the accounting document is not generated.

I saw in VFX3 transaction, it says the following

Document or line item does not exist for invoice reference

Schedule Line Number 0346

Counter in Control Tables 00

Message Identification F5

System Message Number 346

Output Type E

is there any other I thing I need to do to implement this user exit?

I have simply created project in CMOD and put this enhancement.

has anyone changed BSEG table fields using SDVFX002, kindly help ?

thanks in advance


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  • Posted on Jul 25, 2016 at 03:59 PM

    With the informations you shared, it would be difficult to narrow down the issue. However, have a look at the following OSS notes:-

    • Note 168498 - F5346:FI_DOCUMENT_READ with incorrect documt number
    • Note 554505 - ALE FI: Error F5346 for REBZG with AWTYP 'VBRK' (SD)
    • Note 2009346 - Field “Number of the Invoice” (BSEG-REBZG) has unexpected value

    If any of the above notes are not giving solution to your issue, then you need to explain in detail what is the business process and whether you face this issue for all billing document types or for a particular document type or customer

    G. Lakshmipathi

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    Posted on Jul 26, 2016 at 09:34 AM

    Hi Bhakti,

    use EXIT_SAPLV60B_008 (Enhancement SDVFX008) instead of EXIT_SAPLV60B_001.


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