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Reminder Letters are coming out in duplicate

Hi all,

I have an issue with reminder letters based on dunning procedure. My dunning is correctly updated and table FKKMAZE is populated correctly with the right dunning level and dunning procedure ZR and the right number of line items for one account (through transaction FPVA & FPVB). However, when I perform the transaction FPCOPARA to physically generate the reminder letter, the letter comes out in duplicate! Also, the line items displayed on the letters are random i.e on one letter it may show 2, on another 3,.... for the same account.

The weird thing is, it was working before!! Does anyone have any idea what went wrong? and what can be done to rectify the problem?

Thanks & Regards,

Nelmaz

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Apr 27, 2007 at 08:59 AM

    Hi

    Please check in the FBMP (dunning procedure), dunning levels - if you activate "always dunn" for all levels, then system will generate duplicate letters and repeatedly.

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    • Former Member

      hi experts

      if u have an idea abt how to restrict invoicing for only one company and for other company in specific condition by using FPVA transaction. suggest me how plzzz;

      actually when we execute FPVA it always give two invoice for comp1 n for comp2. but we want that it shud invoice only to comp1.

      And if BLART = AS or SD then it shud invoice to company2 also.

      how could we do that. plz if u have idea help me.

      seema

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