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entry date of parked document once it is posted

Hi,

I posted one FI invoice today, which was parked on entry date 13.07.2007.

before posting that document the entry date in BKPF i.e CPUDT was 13.07.2007, but once it got posted today CPUDT changed to 28.08.2007. CPUDT was overwritten, now if i want to track all the documents which were parked on 13.07.2007 i am not able to find this one.

Can you pls tell me if there is any table where this info is maintained.

Thanks,

Sonali

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    Posted on Aug 28, 2007 at 10:02 AM

    Hi Sonali,

    U need to go to Tcode FBV0 and input compcode data, fiscal year and click on List (left side of the corner Tab) and there u findout what are all documents parked.

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    Thanks

    Naveen khan

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    Posted on Aug 28, 2007 at 11:10 PM

    Hi Sonali,

    After posting the document, change pointers will be created in tables CDHDR and CDPOS..

    you will get the document number from OBJKY field of CDPOS..

    Thanks and Best Regards,

    Vikas Bittera.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Sonali,

      Probably your question has been answered by now, but what the heck.I was looking for an answer to this question too, caused I wanted to calculate to complete processing time for an invoice, from creation to booking. Im using the files BSEG-ZFBDT with KOART = K. This field is the baseline date used for calculating the date on which the invoice has to be paid. I think you can use this field.

      Using CDHDR could be possible too, but would take a lot of performance.

      Kind regards,

      Erik

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