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Hi, Noted item-Bank Guarantees

Hi Gurus,

I configured the noted item for bank guarantees and i am making postings also, and my doubt whether this bank Guarantee reconciliation a/c's, we are mapping in the balances or not. what's the procedure in case of preparation of balance sheet for noted items. Please let me know, i will assign points.

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Rajesh

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 05:09 PM

    Hi Rajesh,

    I don't use it actually,

    Noted item doesn't affect on the balance.

    As I know, you can decide, you use noted item or not, in special GL indicator configuration.

    and if you want to affect into the balance, you input the target special GL on that.

    and when you clear it, the document created has normal item.

    this is m,y recently study, not completly.

    If you got some result, please let me know.

    I hope this is helpful.

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    Posted on May 20, 2008 at 08:15 PM

    Hi Rajesh,

    As you understood correctly there won't be any financial impact because of these Noted items..

    All these are single line item documents....

    Even though we assign the Recon a/c to these Spl GL a/c, there won't be any posting to these a/c and even if you assign them to the FSV, system will not show any balance on your Balance sheet or Trial Balance.

    These are only useful for reporting...in FBL1N and FBL5N you can generate reports by selecting the Noted items in the selection given in the down.....

    I hope it will clarify your doubt...otherwise please revert back

    Thanks & Regards

    Ravi C

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