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How to execute dunning activities?

Hello,

Act Name of Activiy AC Function Module

I configure a dunning activiy: Z001 generate file 01 ZFKK_SAMPLE_0350

Amount limit CrCy Crd. No. Act. TA Name of activiy

and I configure a dunning procedure 0,00 EUR 0 0 Z001 01 generate file

I implent the function module ZFKK_SAMPLE_0350 but when I execute the FPVB it does not work.

Anyone can tell me the reason?

Thanls a lot.

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    Posted on Jan 17, 2008 at 01:30 PM

    Hello:

    You may want to try going into SE93 and drill into the program. Once in the program, go to utilities->display object list. This is SE80. Once in there, do a global search on event 0350. I've done this several times and have success in pinning down a problem event.

    Chances are the reason why event 0350 isn't being executed is because its either not activated or its not being called from within FPVB transaction code.

    Good Luck.

    John

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      Hello,

      that is not the place.

      The correct place is in SPRO:

      First:

      Financial Accounting (New)->Contract Accounts Recieble and Payable -> Business Transactions->Dunning Notices -> Configure Dunning Activities.

      Z001 Generate file 01 ZFKK_SAMPLE_0350

      And then:

      Financial Accounting (New)->Contract Accounts Recieble and Payable -> Business Transactions->Dunning Notices -> Configure Dunning procedure

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