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Document Splitting Problem

Hi

I request urgent help from the experts in resolving the following problem;

We have implemented New GL;

Suddenly one day, certain Company Codes were unable to post Cross Company Transactions;

When we investigated, we found that somebody has deactivated Document Splitting in the Company Codes which were having Problem in posting Cross Company Code Documents;

Then we activated Document Splitting in these Company Codes and they were able to post Cross- Company Code transactions;

But now there is a new problem... We are unable to clear any Documents posted in these Company Codes posted at the time when the Document Splitting was deactivated;

Please advice how we can ensure Clearing of these Documents without resorting to deactivating Document splitting again;

Helpful answers will be suitably rewarded by way of points;

Regards

Siddique

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Feb 05, 2008 at 08:58 AM

    Hi,

    Now Block the all users undet that company code,except one user that user enter into master development client, now deactivate document splitting first clear clear allthe items, then activate the document splitting, then release the all users.

    now it's working properly.

    i hope it's helpful assigne points

    Regards

    gvr

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2008 at 11:13 PM

    Hi i need some help with document splitting for cross company code postings.

    can you explain me how document splitting works for cross company payments.Like company code pay on behalf of company code 2 scnearios in accounts payable.

    Regards,

    sai.

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    Posted on Aug 10, 2008 at 11:39 AM

    Treating this post as closed. Siddique

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