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F110 - No pymt possible

Hi,

I am trying to work out the F110 transaction but am stuck.

1. Ran FBL1N to see open items. Found some.

2. changed some of the docs to have Payment method 'E' - as the entry was blank.

3. Ran F110 with CompCode/pmt method and posting date.

4. Ran the proposal but all of the docs have the same exception:

"No pymt possible because items with a credit bal. still exist; see job log"

The log has this info for each document:

.....

08 days grace period is being considered

Cash discount for the item is fixed; min discount amount ignored

Payment must take place before etc....

At the end it says:

....

Due items with currency EUR, pmnt method E - items total is < 0

...none of the payment methods defined can be used for these items

...

Any ideas?

Thanks.

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 01:45 PM

    Hi,

    change parameters and set "next P/date" (Posting Date of the next Payment Run) = 31.01.2007

    A.

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  • Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 02:15 PM

    Thanks Andreas,

    looks like my issue is easier than I thought. I was testing something on one system basing the data on a different system. The Payment Method I am using is 'E' for BACS <b>outgoing payments</b> but E on the other system has been setup as an <b>'Incoming Payment'</b> so it was never going to work.

    Thanks.

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2007 at 03:00 PM

    Hi

    In Automatic payment program

    1. First u have to define the Execution date

    2. Indentification

    3. Dcouments posted upto

    4. Company code

    5.Payment method

    6.Next payment run date

    7.Select vendor no

    these are the important points while executing APP Program

    Regards

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