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ICR Process 003 – How are intercompany postings on GL items classified as Customer or Vendor

We run SAP ECC6.

We are using the ICR Process 003 for analysing Intercompany postings.

It is working fine for the postings which involve Customers and Vendors.

However, open items that post to GL accounts are not working as expected.

It appears that the receivable GLs are pulling through on company and partner but not the payables.

Table FBICRC003A ICRC: Open Items Customers/Vendors: Documents shows the required documents. However all of our GL items show under the Customer field [RCUST]

For example, document 105618914 (shown below) is shown with the GL account in the Customer field [RCUST].

This item should be a Payable and should show under the Vendor field [RVEND].

How are GL items classified as a Customer or Vendor item during Selection?

Is there customising to control how these GL items are classified to Customer or Vendor?


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  • Posted on Jul 18, 2020 at 08:40 PM

    Hello John,

    this is the default program behaviour if you merge ICR processes 001 and 003 into process 003: the G/L account number will be copied to the RCUST field.

    If you want to distinguish between receivables and payables for your G/L accounts, you would need to implement the BAdI FB_ICRC_003 method CHANGE_DATA_TABLE, where you could define a certain logic as per your requirement. At one clients of mine, I have used the account number for this purpose (field HKONT, please note that you need to add this field to the process 003 table first).

    Best regards,

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