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F-04 ( Transfer Postings ) - Reg

Hi gurus

this is ramki

Advance Payments through Cash

The FBCJ is not permitting to post Spl Gl transactions for Vendors, if iam post that Spl Gl as normal item in FBCJ, how can i transfer the entry from normal reconciliation account to Spl Gl Recon A/c in F-04 as Vendor wise or else.

I have tried that F-04 as Vendor wise , it is working , but it is very difficult to post entries as Vendor wise , is there any option to transfer the entries from Normal Recon Acct to Spl GL Recon Acct for a huge no.of Vendors

with regards

ramki

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 05:42 AM

    Hi

    Instead of posting it to the vendor recon account and later transfering the entry Spl GL recon a/c you can try this.

    In FBCJ.

    Pass the debit to a clearing account(marked as opn item)

    later pass another entey crediting clearing account and debiting Spl GL recon account.

    if you want to use the same logic of your or the above.

    Use posting key which allows Spl GL acccout 19,39,09,29 and give account number & the Spl gl indicator and pass the entry; try generic screens like f-02,f-65 etc.

    Revert if not solved or assigen points.

    Thanks,

    Sujai C

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:45 AM

    hiii

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