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Automatic Payment Issue

Hi Everybody,

I have another problem with SAP. In December, Lois ran payments to pay off vendors; however, there were a problem. The checks were run, printed; but they were not posted to G/L or A/P module. The invoices still shown open - not paid. We couldn't void the payments because they were not existed anywhere in A/P. Anyway, Lois set up the payment run again for those invoices. The checks were issued, printed, and posted in the G/L. Here is the problem come in. Although, these checks were not posted to the G/L or shown in A/P, they were listed as part of the outstanding check list as the end of December. This caused that our G/L & Check register was not in balance. The checks need to be deleted or void from the outstanding check list

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    Posted on Jan 12, 2007 at 04:11 PM

    Hi ,

    What do you mean when you say Invoices were not cleared, are you generating posting orders?

    Secondly either you generate posting orders or payment documents SAP will not allow to further process this documents unless you void and reverse the same.

    Pls be more detailed to suggest a solution.

    Thanks,

    Praveen

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