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Combining invoices in Lockbox job

Guys

We use FLBP (RFEBLB30) to run our lockbox job and we need to customize it a bit to make sure the deductions we create are invoice related. Let me explain in detail:

1) If there is an invoice for $80 and customer is paying only $50, typically, the customer's remittance advice will have 2 lines.

The first line will have the payment amount as $80 and the second line will have $-30.00. In this scenario the first line clears the invoice and the second line creates the deduction. However, since this is not a residual item, it will not have any kind of reference to the invoice.

We intend to combine the two lines the customer sends and make it a single line for $50. So, the payment will clear the invoice and a new residual item will be created for $30, which will have the invoice reference.

Can you please suggest how to achieve this? I know I need to work with an ABAPER on this to customize the program. I already consulted our programmer and he is figuring out the user exits. If any one of you guys have already worked on the same requirement, please do update me.

Thank you.

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    Posted on Apr 30, 2008 at 06:25 AM

    Hi,

    I think this is available in standard SAP, I have forgotten the program name. Please check SAP notes.

    Anand

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      Anand

      Thanks for your reply.

      I tried searching SAP notes but could not find any information related to this requirement. If you don't mind, can you look for the program name that you mentioned? Thank you so much.

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