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Why in FEBAN most of the payments are open, how the payments get auto cleared.

I believe the invoices are not integrated with the payment due to which it needs to be post as manual.

Kindly help me how to integrate the invoices with a payment in FEBAN.

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  • Posted on Mar 12 at 08:28 AM

    Hi,

    Invoices and payments can be cleared in standard SAP using interpretation algorithm. This algorithm interprets the values in the note to payee fields of the electronic bank statement as either document numbers or reference document numbers. It checks whether the values fall within the document or reference document number ranges you entered when importing the bank statement. More information about interpretation algorithms can be found in SAP Help. For example: https://help.sap.com/doc/5f61d0531d8b4208e10000000a174cb4/3.6/en-US/4dc5efb40c381c36e10000000a42189b.html

    Search strings can help interpreting the note to payee. Check out the following blog about search strings: https://blogs.sap.com/2015/04/30/advanced-use-of-search-strings-in-electronic-bank-statement/

    If standard functionalities are not sufficient, it's possible to use user exit FEB* or BADI F(I)EB* to implement specific clearing rules.

    Best regards,
    Jonathan Eemans

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