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Changes between park document and post document

Hi SAP Gurues

Depending upon the business practice at the time of posting the approver changes the figure once the document is posted.How to know what are the changes have been made between the parking and posting.How to know it?

Your kind cooperation is solicited.

sk

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    Posted on Nov 28, 2007 at 04:26 AM

    Hi Surendra,

    Below report will meet your requirement

    S_ALR_87012293 - Display of Changed Documents with radio button Doc which were once parked) this is for a report

    FBV5 - Display Changes - for individual documents.

    Full point for solving this.

    Thanks,

    SujaiC

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 30, 2007 at 03:27 AM

    Hi

    The question is answered. However only difference is the document needs to be parked followed by save as completed. Then the T code suggested is working.

    sk

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      It better to use save as completed - reason being when SAVE AS COMPLETED the entire document is checked for parking i.e, simulted before parking.

      Eg,

      If cost center us not assigned, then when SAVE AS COMPLETED the an error msg will pop up.

      if you want user to use only SAVE AS COMPLETED then in FB00 you can set the indicator for each individual.

      Hope this info is usefull.

      Thanks

      Sujai C

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