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Date deviates from permissible range (A/R invoice - Due date

SBO is on posting period 2007-12 and also we created 2008. We are working on an AR Invoice with a posting date of 12/03/07 and due date on 01/02/08. When we try to add the transaction an error appears: Date deviates from permissible range (A/R invoice - Due date). What can we do to solve this?

Thank you very much for your help.

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    Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 01:02 PM

    Maximo - there are three things you need to check - this happens quite a bit towards year-end.

    1) Check that 2008 periods are set up. Usually done by someone in your company with the following path:

    Administration > System Initialization > General Settings > Posting Periods Tab

    2) Make sure the period (you want to work with (December?) is <b>bold</b>. If not then contact that same person to have them change from November to December.

    3) Make sure the proper settings are in the default perioid that you are currently working in by following the same path above, but now click on the "golden" drill-down arrow next to the default period and look at "Due Date" and "Document Date" fields. Do they cover the time frame you are working within the above document? They can cover calendar months and go beyond the current month's dates.

    Let us know how it goes...

    Zal

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  • Posted on Dec 04, 2007 at 01:07 PM

    oh PS - the reason why I have given you these three steps is due to the fact that several times someone has told me they have absolutely, positively, without a doubt set up the next year and have defaulted the period correctly with correct dates.

    When I went on to their system to look a the settings with Remote Desktop, they had not done it at all...so just in case, review it all and you will also get a good handle on looking at the system...

    Zal

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