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Automate application of cash on account

Currently we will apply a payment on a customer's account, and then later receive and excel worksheet, with the invoices to which the cash should be applied.

I would like to find away to automate this process, but with the the ability to have any "under payments" create a residual item

I was looking in to standard SAP program : RFBIBL00, but could not see that it would handle short paid items, and create a new posting as a residual.

Has anyone had any experience in this area, and possible solutions.

Thanks in advance

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    Posted on Feb 01, 2007 at 10:33 AM

    Hi,

    You can use FB70 for recording invoices and F-28 for accounting incoming payments. You can manage partial payments, residual payments, cash discounts etc., through F-28 by pre defining the manner of treatment and the GL accounts.

    Rgds.

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2007 at 07:40 AM

    Hi Kathleen,

    It's a little hard to process the requirement that imitates the so complicated FI program.

    Maybe BDC is optional.

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