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Inconsistency BSEG x BSIS x BSAS

Hi Experts!

Some accounts show difference in the displayed balance between FS10N x FBL3N due inconsistency in tables BSEG, BSIS and BSAS.

I have identified the inconsistent document through of RFINDEX report.

I think that difference (FS10N x FBL3N) was caused because of this document.

Does anyone know how can be fixed this problem?

P.S: SAP 4.6C Version and the customer has no more right to SAP Support 😔

I tried to run the RFSEPA01 report but it does not work to fix in this case.

Below more details.

PS: The document 5500011779 not exist in none table (BSEG or BSAS).

Thanks in advanced,

Best Regards,


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    Posted on Sep 13, 2016 at 01:58 PM

    Hi Experts,

    If your customer have SAP Support, I recommend you open a message to SAP Support.

    Otherwise, I found the solution.

    If someone pass through a situation similar, follow steps below:

    1) Block the accounts to posting in Company Code;

    2) If necessary, do corrections in the tables;

    3) Run SAPF070 report for accounts with differences to obtain the difference values;

    4) Run SAPF071 report for fix the differences;

    5) After that, compare the balance of accounts in FS10N and FBL3N;

    6) If necessary run RFCORR12 report to correct balance in a specify account.

    7) Unblock the accounts to posting in Company Code.

    P.S: These steps were necessary because the customer hasn't got SAP Support anymore.


    Best Regards,


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  • Posted on Sep 13, 2016 at 05:05 PM


    I know quesition is already answered.

    Check every month BSEG,BKPF, BSi* and BSA* tables with program RFINDEX.

    br erwin

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