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Reversal cash desk payment

Hi,

With a normal payment lot a payment can be reversed from an item again (although the lot is closed) so the payment lot will be reopened with a new reconciliation key.

Does anyone know why it isn't possible to reverse a <u>cash</u> desk payment with FP08 when the cash desk payment lot of the cash payment(s) is closed?

Regards, Ramon.

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    Posted on Jan 19, 2007 at 06:57 AM

    Is cash desk is equivalent Cash Journal. If it is so, after closing of cash desk, Accounting Document is posted to GL account assigned to Cash desk along with internal number. To cancel the accounting document, we have to cancel internal number generated while posting of accounting document.

    Select the Business transaction and go to Edit and select delete entry

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    • Hi Menka / Amol

      1 step : you have entered a business transaction

      2 step: you saved the transaction

      3 step: it generated the accounting document

      Now you want to delete the transaction

      1 step: select the business transaction

      2 step: below there is a small icon with red color cross mark.

      select this

      3 step: it will reverse the transaction

      if you have taken the printout of the transaction it is not possible to reverse the document. in this case you have to enter contra entry for the transaction.

      Hope this will resolve your query

      With regards

      Siva

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