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problem with f.03 clearing

Hi,

When i tried to clear 2 bank clearing accounts for one account document was created with line items, but for another document there are no items. Can any one please help me solve this.

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sravanthi

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 05:51 AM

    Hi Sanjay,

    *Do you mean when the balance/ difference amount posted to different a/c? *

    I did not understand this. can u pls explain me with example bcoz What is a different account here?

    Thanks very much for your replies.

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      Dear sravanthi,

      Say you are hv account for bank charges Rs.1000,

      Bank Charges A/c Dr 700

      To Bank outgoing Clearing A/c Cr 700

      Accounted till date Rs.700

      Now when you try to do the clearing,

      Bank charges A/c Dr Rs.300

      Bank outgoing Clearing A/c Dr Rs.700

      To Bank Main Account A/c 1000

      IF you analyse there will be 1 normal document number for the above entry

      Here Bank Charges Rs.300 is the balance or difference entry which is still an open item in the GL Bank Charges, but in the GL Bank Outgoing Clearing Account Rs.700 it will be cleared item.

      Hope you got the answer.

      Thanks & Regards

      Sanjay Marathe

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 03:26 AM

    Dear sravanthi,

    In the clearing, difference between Dr and Cr should be Zero.

    If you are doing clearing in same currency, then i do not think any clearing doucment with lineitems should get generated.

    If you are doing clearing in different currencies, then system will automaitcally adjust the Dr and Cr in local currency and post the nessesary difference and make the difference Zero.

    So you may find a lineitem generated in that case.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sanjay Marathe

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 03:43 AM

    Hi,

    Actually we are using same currency, but the document with line item display is created as normal document and document with no line items is created as clearing document. Why could this happen?

    Thanks,

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      Dear sravanthi,

      document with no line items is created as clearing document

      I think the above case system is behaving correctly.

      the document with line item display is created as normal document ,

      Do you mean when the balance/ difference amount posted to different a/c?

      It will be a normal entry document type because the balance is treated as a new entry, and if you observe the line item which you are trying to clear in that the normal document number will be updated as Clearing document number.

      Assign points if found useful.

      Thanks & Regards

      Sanjay Marathe

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    Posted on Apr 10, 2008 at 06:11 AM

    Hi Sanjay,

    Thanks very much for your help.

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