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Clearing documents creates line items

Hi FI guys,

When I am clearing Vendor line items using F-44, a clearing document is getting genearted. Usually, such a document should not have any line items. But the system is posting a document WITH line items:

Vendor A/C Dr

Vendor A/C Cr

Can anyone please tell me why this happens and how I can stop these line items from getting generated?

Thanks for your efforts.

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  • Posted on Dec 17, 2007 at 09:39 AM

    hi,

    looks like there is a difference between the cleared items, and that is reposted by the system (i. e. you get a new open item, which should have the amount, which is the difference between the cleared items)

    hope this helps

    ec

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2007 at 11:32 AM

    hello boss,

    u only saying that that is the vendor a/c clearing F-44 . so it shows like that only because of we clearing the vendor balances so the same a/c Dr and Cr then only it will clear.

    Subbu

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2007 at 03:20 PM

    Hi

    If you are clearing the vendor for spl gl trans like down payment then it may come

    Downpayment request:

    Vendor a/c dr.

    To vendor a/c (A)

    Downpayment :

    Vendor a/c dr (A)

    To Bank a/c

    Check with the above case...

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2007 at 01:18 PM

    Hello,

    If you have activated new general ledger (splitting document), please take a look on the note 950773. The rule of clearing is explaning in the 69767.

    Best regards,

    Ionel

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    • Hi,

      If u do any transfer posting through F-51 or F-48 then this entry will come into picture.

      Example 1: Through FBCJ i post advance rent transaction to one vendor. when i posted it through FBCJ the system will not assign special gl indicator. then i will go to F-51 and specify vendor A/C and go for document number and post. In the vendor balances display the system generate a new posting with same amounts with special gl indicator (advance rent). it is stands as an open item. Where as i booked through FBCJ is there in cleared items.

      Example 2: when i make transfer postings through F-48 then the system will do the Dr to vendor and Cr to vendor.It means converting from special gl to general transaction. See the document type for which vendor dr,cr. you will come to know what kind of transaction

      According my knowledge and what we implemented in our org i said, if it is helpful assign points.

      Regards,

      Sankar

  • Posted on Dec 27, 2007 at 07:53 AM

    If you are using business areas and you are clearing two items with the same amount in credit and debit, if one item has a business area and the other one has no business area, the clearing document will also contains two items

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    Posted on Dec 27, 2007 at 10:49 AM

    Hiii G K

    While doing f- 44 , there is a chance to generate line items for the clearing document...without effecting the vendor balances

    In that situation dont go to Document - Simulate , select ur open item and payment item select OVERVIEW button and save the document , doing so no line items will be generated and clearing doc will b created , and the open item also will be converted as cleared item

    I have tried this it is working

    try this if it is useful give me reply

    regards

    ramki

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