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deleting payment method

Hello

I am facing the problem when I am trying to delete payment method but instant of deleting that method it is adding one more line item in the system

There is some of payment method where ranking order is not yet defined which and I am trying to delete those line item system tell me to make all required enter and when I am giving the ranking and delete it, instant of deleting it adding line item in it can some body explain me what I can do for that

My concern is to delete payment method please help me on that

Thanks

Ashish

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 07, 2007 at 07:33 AM

    Hi

    In transaction code FBZP first delete in Bank determination , next in Company Code and lastly in Payment methods in country. Are you trying to delete in Production client or in Development client? If it is Production client, you would have used the payment method in some payment runs and also it may be there in some Vendor masters / Vendor invoice documents. If it is used in some Vendor Masters / open Vendor invoice items system will not allow to delete the payment method.

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    prasad

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    • Former Member Former Member

      hi,

      If you want the delete the payment method what you are using for ur compnay method.

      Then go to Tcode OBVCU and delete the payment method and also remove the payment method in Vendor or Customer Master data.

      If this solution is resolve ur issue, then it is gud otherwise please let me know it.

      Thanks

      Ranjit

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