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Cash journal issue(FBCJ)

Our cash journal was configured for saveral branches using the same bank account.I noticed that users in a branch can save a receipt( not post ) and it updates the cash journal but doesnt hit the g/l account yet.However they can still go ahead to post payments against the saved receipts .

How can i prevent the payments from being posted until the saved receipts are posted .

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  • Posted on Nov 19, 2007 at 06:30 PM

    Hi,

    Once you enter revenue in Cash Journal you are making use these amounts to payments. You can't block cash revenue values to others payments.

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    • Banji

      I see. Cash journal has two account control. Frist: Cash journal post. Second: Finacial Accoutning Posting.

      In another words, You can post a revenue in cash journal (yellow sign) without FI posting (green sign), but once you had increased amounts in cash you available it to do payments.

      Unfortunately, I've a lot of customers with the same "error" and the system is working correctly. Duo this in Brazil a lot of companies doesn´t use FBCJ. Is very common they develop a new Cash Manager.

      In advance I advice you to open a SAP global support issue to check if they have a new solution to do that.

      Best regards

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