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Cash journal splitting problems

Dear experts,

I can't understand cash journal splitting principles and how does it work. Because documentation in is very poor about this.

I have entered one line item in FBCJ, and then press on "Split" button. System shows me splitting screen and there I see my just entered line item with all my account assignements. I don't want to add more line items for splitting, so I press on the button "Copy". And nothing heapens!!! After document posting to general ledger I don't see (in document General Ledger view) account assignements to Cash Journal line item... (!!!)

What I am doing wrong?

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 09:12 AM


    The spiltting functionality in FBCJ is for posting more than one line item,

    Say for Exapmle for a employee vendor we have to pay Travel expenses,Medical Exp and so on, this point of time the splitting functionality is being used.

    Once you click on the split it will show you only one line item in edit mode and the others will be in display mode but once you complete enetring one line item and press enter the other line item will become in edit mode and so on.

    Hope this helps you..

    Good Luck


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