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Applying OSS note 333506

Hello Experts,

We are actually implementing the OSS note 333506 in our SAP system.To do this, we are modifying the standard codes and tables as indicated in the OSS note.

Programs that we have modififed are :

LF150F0C

LF150F0A

GENERATE_DUNNING_DATA (Function module)

SAPMFKD0 (Customising program)

Tables modified :

T047B (Table) Field : VERT1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9

M047X (Structure) Field : VERTG

The aim was to create Dunning items with negative arrears.

But when we lauch the transaction F150, the program has stopped working . It does not even create dunning for normal conditions.

We, reverted back to the standard codes and implemented the note by making the modifications stepwise.

We found that the following codes were the cause of the bugging situation :

In form determine_due_date: (GENERATE_DUNNING_DATA)

…

endif.

<<<<< START of DELETION >>>>>>>>

if i_mhnd_ext-shkzg = 'S' or i_mhnd_ext-rebzg ne space.

if e_verzn > i_t047a-kulep.

e_xfael = 'X'.

else.

if e_verzn > 0.

if 1 = 0. message s808. endif.

perform log_msg using '808' i_mhnd_ext-blinf

e_verzn i_t047a-kulep space.

else.

if 1 = 0. message s809. endif.

perform log_msg using '809' i_mhnd_ext-blinf

e_verzn space space.

endif.

endif.

elseif e_verzn > 0.

e_xfael = 'X'.

endif.

<<<<< END OF DELETION >>>>>>>>>>>

Can someone please suggest any solution please?

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    Posted on Jun 28, 2007 at 11:49 AM

    Hi,

    Have you activate your TS21000186 task and checked event trace?

    Have a look at the fqevents available (FQEVENTS TCode) for dunning, these might be helpful to you.

    <b>Event Number Description </b>

    300 Dunning: Edit Proposal

    301 Dunning: Create Dunning Groups

    302 Dunning: Create Dunning Proposal

    303 Dunning: Dunning Lock and Dunning Procedure

    304 Dunning: Determine Next Dunning Level

    306 Dunning: Change Dunning Group Fields

    307 Dunning: Determine Dunning Procedure of Dunning Group

    308 Dunning: Fill Customer Fields

    309 Dunning: Change Grouping

    310 Dunning: Start Printing of Dunning Notice

    311 Dunning: Read Open Items

    320 Dunning: End Printing of Dunning Notice

    330 Dunning: New Dunning Header Entry

    340 Dunning: Dunning Data Complete (MAKO/MAZE)

    350 Dunning: Dunning Activities - Print Dunning Form

    360 Dunning: Create Charges Document 1

    361 Dunning: Create Charges Document 2

    362 Dunning: Create Charges Document 3

    363 Dunning: Account Assignment for Dunning Charges

    364 Dunning: Determ.Incoming Payment Method from VTREF

    365 Dunning: Determ. Dunnable Incoming Payment Methods

    366 Dunning: Items from Payment Orders

    367 Dunning: Leading Contract Account and Company Code

    370 Dunning: Calculate Interest

    Regards

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    • Former Member

      hi kiran,

      Actually we have one requirement that how to stop invoicing for one company.

      i mean when we execute FPVA transaction then it create two invoice for two company.

      But we want that it shud create invoice only for one company and in certain conditions it shud create invoice for other comp also.

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

      waiting responce

      seema.

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