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F110 payment run scheduling


Can someone tell me if I can schedule a A/R payment run via the F110 process? Currently we have the payment proposal scheduled via F110s at night. But the payment run is manually kicked off in the morning. What happens is that in between the proposal and the payment run, auto clearing job runs and clears accounts that should be held in the proposal. So I need to be able to schedule the payment run before the auto clearing job runs. Is there a way to do that? I am on ECC5.0 version of mySAP.

I have the following fields populated in F110s...

Run Date


Proposal Run checked

Posting Date

Docs entered up to

Customer items due by

Company Code

Payment Methods

Next Post. Date



Due Date Check

Paymt meth sel. if unsuccessfl

Indicator: Is a trace required

Customer range

Program name = RFFOAVIS

Program name = RFFOEDI1

I have tried unchecking the Proposal Run box, but then the payment run finishes, but there is no proposal information to look at any exceptions. Also the payments are not reflected on customer account.

Help help!!

Thank you!

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2007 at 05:33 PM

    Hi, I am still waiting for an answer to my post. Can someone please help? Thanks.

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    • Former Member

      Hi Ahsan,

      Can you get the answer i am also facing same error actually I am not geting wright solution for payment scheduling which t code we have to used the payment scheduling and how to run if any document you have please sear with me my ID is .

      I have idea about F110 and F110S but in which t code is wright i don't no please guide me.



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