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Suspence account postings

Hi,

We have some journal entries to be uploaded through IDOC/BDC (not decided yet) from the legacy system.

System feeds should be supported by suspense processing where critical errors fail the entire feed and non critical errors only fail those rows that are in error.

All the invalid entries should fall in suspense account and later the user can manually reverse them.

so my question is whether this is possible through SAP Standard functionality, or we need to customise this request in user exits. please explain in detail.

thanks

Riya

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  • Posted on Feb 23, 2007 at 04:42 AM

    Riya,

    Welcome to BPX...

    How are you loading through IDOC/BDC - using Flat files or DB connections ? in that case why not have the logic for determining suspense accpounts at the source system feed level so that they automatically go to a suspense account like a particular GL / Cost center etc... ?

    Or apply the logic in the BDC being done...

    Arun

    P.S I am not a FI person per se... looking at the data feeds and how you are getting it into SAP .. this seems doable...

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    Posted on Feb 23, 2007 at 09:06 AM

    Arun,

    The question is about a back up/ subsequent processing,should the initial upload fails fully or partially.

    The "suspense account" is to be understood as repository of data that are invalid..

    This has nothing to do with FI - as no accounting /FI implications are involved here.

    Regards,

    Ramesh.

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