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FM to delete the Invoice document Number from FB60

Hi,

I need a function module to delete the invoice document number.that is created in the FB60.

Please can any one help me in getting in this

regards

manju

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 01:30 PM

    Hi manjunath,

    Did you find any FM to delete through FB60? I have the same requirement.

    If you have any please let me know. It will be of a great help.

    Thank you,

    Renu

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      Hi Renu P ,

      Yes . The FM is 'PRELIMINARY_POSTING_DOC_DELETE'.

      using this function module you can delete document from the table VBKPF(Document Header for Document Parking) . System will not allow you to delete the document from BKPF. you can set the document status to Z in BKPF which says document has been deleted from the system.

      explain me the scenario where you are using this FM .

      regards

      Manju

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 02:03 PM

    The only way to get rid of documents is through archiving. An alternative is to reverse the document.

    Rob

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