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Re: Document Clearing

Hi All,

I am facing very peculiar problem.

1.An GL Account is been Maintained as Reco A/c and in half a way it is been changed as normal account without proper recalssifcation.So, Entry is been pending with that account via Subledger.

2. I need to reverse that entry. It says the account is not a Reconciliation Account.

3. If i try to pass a JV into the account it is asking for Trading partner.

4. If try to assign it to Trading Partner it says, it is not a reco. account

If you need further clarification, please let me know.

It is very urgent, So please help me out

So, how i want to approach in Functional or technical.

What ever bee the solution please let me know.



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    Posted on Jun 13, 2007 at 06:06 AM

    suppose it is asset related gl you can change reconcilation a/c. vendor and customers also possible threw "obbw". but you have to clear the previous reconciliation a/c did you change the reconciliation a/c ,please tell me. wherre the problem is coming actually.provide detail information.

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      Hi Reddy,

      It is not asset related.

      This is the case of 2006. I will explain you step by step

      1. An Entry exists in GL A/c (Inter Company Posting) - Vendor Related

      (Which is been maintained as reconciliation A/c and been changed without proper reclassification). Now it is normal GL a/c

      Solutions Tried by me:

      1.TRX. OBBW - I tried it says the GL A/c is not a reconciliation account.

      2. When i try to post entry directly, it is asking for Trading partner in Master Data Level.

      Now. I need to reverse the entry.

      Please help me out.

      If you need more clarification, please feel free to ask me.

      Expecting your reply.



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