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Liquidity calculation - transaction code: FLQUPINFAC

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I am trying to use the transaction code FLQUPINFAC in the SAP Liquidity calculation module - but simply cannot figure out what I am missing - the log keeps saying that my file is empty (which is off course is't)

Anyone who has some tips here 😊

Thanks

Lone

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 12:14 PM

    Dear Sir,

    To get it executed you need to configure in areas of FLQAC.FLQC4,FLQC7,FLQC9,FLQC10

    a list of info account intervals with the structure of supply the info account table FLQACC_INFO_APP from this In this way the table can be synchronized across different systems you are able to restrict company codes.

    Please go through the above t codes where you need to configure in different structures.

    Hope this may help you

    Thanks

    Harikishan

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    • Former Member

      Hi again

      Thanks for your answer. I have configured the whole SAP LI - and I am have gotten the infoaccount mapping downloaded from one system - but I cannot upload it again to the next system (using FLQUPINFAC)- it says that the file I supply is empty. First it gave me an error code 1 - for missing company code. I then filled the company into the file - and now it executes the program but cannot read my rows in the upload file - just says no records updated.

      Have you tried to upload the info account mapping ?

      Lone

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