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Validation in Cash Journal

HI SAP Gurus

I would like to make a validation in Cash Journal , that my cash out flow should not be more than Rs.20000 in INR.Can any body please explain in detail with the required steps.

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Thanks in advance.

Surendra

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    Posted on Oct 19, 2007 at 01:38 PM

    Hi,

    You can do this by creating a validation at line item level. Logic will be as follows:

    <b>Prerequisite:</b>

    t-code (SYST-TCODE) = fbcj

    company code (BSEG-BUKRS) = 'xxxx'

    GL account (BSEG-HKONT) = 'cash account defined for cj'

    Dr/Cr indicator (BSEG-SHKZG) = 'H/S' ( if you want to resrtict payment upto the prescribed amount enter H and to restrict receipt enter S

    <b>Check:</b>

    Amount (BSEG-DMBTR) > 20000

    <b>Message:</b>

    Create a message in se91 and assign it

    Don't forget to give me points if it solves your problem

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2007 at 06:01 AM

    Hi surender,

    go to t-code:- GGBO and create validation over there and assign

    the validation in OB28.

    Best Regards

    Ashish Jain

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    Posted on Oct 15, 2007 at 07:13 AM

    Hi Surendra,

    As far as i understand, we can define the upper limit at:

    SPRO - Financial Accounting - Bank Accounting - Business Transactions - Cash Journal - Amount Limit.

    Try this.

    Regards,

    P K

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