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Electronic bank Statement

Dear Friends,

Our client is downloading the bank statement from internate. Can we call it electronic bank statement. Please reply me.

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    Posted on Dec 03, 2007 at 08:27 AM

    HI Naik,

    the concept of electronic bank statement is importing the bank statement from PC to SAP r/3.

    there are two types of Bank statements

    1. Manual bank statement

    2. Electronic bank statement

    Manual bank statement means to enter data manually. If it is downloaded from Internet even.

    for your question answer is depends how your client updating bank statement into SAP.

    IF usefull assign points


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      HI Reva Naik,

      If you are clint entering data manually and doing reconciliation manually then it is called Manual Bank statement.

      In the manual bank statement function, you can create up to two postings for each line item.

      A bank account posting (for example, debit bank account and credit bank clearing account)

      A subledger posting (for example, debit bank clearing account and credit customer account with clearing)

      For more information, see Entering Bank Statement Data and Postprocessing Bank Statements .

      If you want to know more details then go through the below portal. There you will find both Manual Statement and EBS details.

      If this is helpful then assign me points.


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