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Restrict the cash account for 20000

Dear Sap guru's,

My problem is where should i restrict the cash account 200011, for 20,000rs. please give me the solution asap.



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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 08:31 AM


    You can by Validation you can restrict the cash account for Rs.20000

    For difining the validation transaction code is GGB0

    where you have to give prerequisite then check and error message which will pop-up as and when the limit exceeds.

    After difining the validation you have to activate the validation by transaction code OB28.

    If the above answer is helpful kindly assign points

    Thanks & Regards


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  • Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 08:49 AM

    Dear Kumar,

    Actually two ways where you can limit the cash journal limit to Rs.20,000

    1) Go to SPRO -> Financial accounting -> Bank accounting -> Business transactions -> Cash journal -> Amout limit. Mention the amount limit and it will be applicable for Cash payments, Cash receipts and Check receipts tab in FBCJ.

    2) Validation procedure in OB28:

    Enter the below details in validation and it will limit only for your cash payments and not for cash receipts

    In Prerequisite tab: BKPF-TCODE = 'FBCJ' AND BKPF-BLART = 'KZ'

    In Check tab: BSEG-WRBTR <= '20000.00'

    In Message tab: Create one message and update it as Error message "Cash Payment limit is only Rs.20,000 per transaction".

    In the same way you can also do for Cash receipts and mention your respective document type like DZ

    The above validation will check and validate only for vendor payments and this will not stop you depositing money to the bank and withdrawing money from the bank.

    Choose which option you want. Assign points if useful.



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