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How "not" to post application on the FI side?

Hello FI Experts,

Does anyone know how to change the OT83 or other structure in order to do not post 'Account symbol 106' into account document? (FI side).

If we just delete the account symbol 106 (Investment account symbol) during the FF_5 it will show an error message.

>>In summary we can not generate Acc. doc for the account symbol 106 anymore.

Current settings below.

OT83

OT51

OT58 - Account document is being posting as rule below.

Thank you all.

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    Posted on Oct 29, 2019 at 03:01 PM

    Hi,

    I am not sure if my understanding is correct. But you can try the following: Keep the posting rule 106 but have no assignment for either the debit or credit entry. This way you should be able to process the bank statement with FF_5 and the transactions with posting rule 106 will be visible as pending entries in t-Code FEBAN.

    Best regards
    Ignaz

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2019 at 09:52 AM

    hi,

    make a posting rule that posts debet & credit onto the same account.

    kr

    Nico

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  • Posted on Oct 30, 2019 at 06:11 PM

    Thank you all...the solution was to exclude the Posting rules folder = '106' from 'OT83'.

    So, we could import the statement and not post/generate an accounting document.

    I really appreciate your time!!

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