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problem in f.05 - very urgent

Dear expert,

My client has problem in running f.05. In the pas two months ago (Sept, Oct-2007), journal in FS10N not created and my client doing manual posting,but in November 2007, posting works well, means that journal created succesfully. The problem is, journal in November created the wrong amount (it seems that posting manual not read by system).

Please somebody advice me for this issue :

- How to solve this problem and corrected the wrong amount in journal?

- If problem solving can do it only from doing manual posting; what's the effect in year end closing then?

Thank you in advance.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 04:07 AM

    It seems there are some configuration problems in the system. In your case better to go for manual posting.

    You can do two different manual postings:

    1. You can reverse the worng posting posted by the system at the time of F.05 execution then post manual posting of actual value calculated manually.

    2. Post the differenct ammount between the wrong posting value and actual value to posted.

    In both the case i dont see any problems in year end if you follow other functions as usual.


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