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Internal Reconciliation: What you should consider

Dear B1 community,

We would like to use this thread to focus your attention on internal reconciliation.

As you know, until now, SAP Business One used two separate reconciliation engines. This is gone with release 2007, and the unification of the reconciliation engines might bring some historic inconsistencies to light that need to be dealt with.

In the Channel Partner Portal there is a landing page with comprehensive information:




Even if you don't plan to upgrade to release 2007 yet, please make sure that you understand the topic to reduce the year-end closing and the future upgrade effort. In particular read the " Recommendations for Internal Reconciliations Prior to Release 2007 guide"; a hyperlink to which you will find on the right of the landing page.

If you plan to do an upgrade to release 2007 soon, make yourself familiar with the Internal Reconciliation Upgrade (IRU) on the page mentioned above, and make sure that you install and run the "IRU pre-upgrade" tool on the database & assess the IRU impact, if any, before you do the upgrade of the live system.

What are your experiences so far when upgrading to SAP Business One 2007? We are more than interested to get your feedback.

Kind regards,


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  • Posted on Dec 05, 2007 at 11:29 AM

    Guten Tag Markus!

    The reason I ended up coming to this forum was directly related to SAP 2007 (see my post on 26 Nov of "Prep for SAP 2007 - Some SQL") since I have a customer who will most likely be amongst the impacted (the 1%)...wish I had a chance to send the SAP lab the files of this customer!

    Am a bit amazed at the number of questions about 2007 here; they range from the need to be re-certified (i.e., your post on 17 Oct) to compatibility with Office/Outlook and beyond. By searching the forum, I have seen the same question answered multiple times and that alone should be an indication of a need to communicate some more items.

    <b>Has anyone in SAP considered collecting these questions/answers and including them in <u>a simple and organized fashion</u> on the Wiki or somewhere else?</b> Not like the FAQ which is on the landing page you reference above - that document is way too repetitive with the same thing being said over and over again on multiple points. I believe in the dictate "say it once, say it twice", but the FAQ goes a bit overboard.

    Although SAP has provided some good information on 2007 requirements, I believe it would also help alleviate/reduce the inevitable support hours SAP would be getting with the roll-out, with time and money savings for SAP!

    Just an idea...any reactions?

    Sei bitte nett und lass uns mal horen

    mit freundlichen Grusse...


    (sorry, no umlaut oder "sz" on this Amis PC - or am I partially covered with the new rules of writing in German?)

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