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FBZP F110 Concepts clarification required?

Hello Gurus,

I have certain doubts and getting confused as I am unable to find answers for these questions anywhere.

Q. 1 Why we have two places to assign "Payment Advice" as SAP SCRIPT under 1. paying company code and 2 payment methods in company Code?

Q. 2 When we execute F110, and created a variant for program RFFOUS, advice will be generated by using which script? 1 or 2nd one. If it's the priority here, then which one ?

Q. 3 What is specific purpose for program RFFOUS and RFFOAVIS/RFFOAVIS_FPAYM ?

Q. 4 Why we cannot generate the payment advice for zero balance payment(vendor and Customer outstanding is equal and makes the balance as zero in F110)?

Thanks in Advance.

Regards,

Saurabh

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    Posted on Aug 16, 2016 at 12:33 AM

    Saurabh,

    The explanation for your queries is as follows.

    1 Why we have two places to assign "Payment Advice" as SAP SCRIPT under 1. paying company code and 2 payment methods in company Code?

    The payment advice smart form. Always you need to assign in paying company codes only, in payment methods in company Code you will assign the smart form for payment medium like check printing smart form, Its depending on the payment method.

    1. 2 when we execute F110, and created a variant for program RFFOUS, advice will be generated by using which script? 1 or 2nd one. If it's the priority here, then which one?

    The payment advice details will pick from paying company code only.

    1. 3 what is specific purpose for program RFFOUS and RFFOAVIS/RFFOAVIS_FPAYM?

    In RFFOUS variant, if you active the check box “print payment advice notes” under print control with proper printer output. Then no need to give the program RFFOAVIS_FPAYM separately in list column of printout data medium tab for payment advice printing.

    1. 4 Why we cannot generate the payment advice for zero balance payment (vendor and Customer outstanding is equal and makes the balance as zero in F110)?



    Regards,

    Ravi

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      Hello Ravi,

      Thanks a lot...first two ques. are very simple... don't know why I have asked it. 🤣

      fourth question is related to third one. can you please elaborate on RFFOAVIS program.

      regarding fourth Q. yes, system is successfully able to clear vendor balance with customer balance in F110 itself and creating a clearing document as well. when the balance is zero, system was unable to generate the payment advice. after searching on SCN, I have found that the program RFFOAVIS is used to generate advice in such cases. I wanted to know the functionality behind it.

      Thanks a lot again.

      Regards,

      Saurabh

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    Posted on Aug 16, 2016 at 07:31 AM
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      Saurabh,

      In which version of EHP you are working, if you are in ECC6, EHP 3 the note

      “1043111 - Zero balance notice with report RFFOAVIS_PAYM", if you are in EHP2 to EHP 6, then you need to implement note, “1604671 - BCM: Zero balance notification cannot be created”, then only system will create the payment advice for zero balance payments.

      Check these 2 notes as per your system EPH level in your test system, it will help you.

      Regards,

      Ravi

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