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Bolling and posting

Hello,

Can any one imagine the below problem?

Delivery and billing was made on 29 th Apr and in the accounting document it says May 1 st (posting).

Can any one imagine what could have been the problem??

thanks for your help !

Best regards,

Dinesh.

Edited by: Dinesh reddy on May 2, 2008 3:05 PM

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    Former Member
    May 02, 2008 at 01:24 PM

    Hi Dinesh,

    The Issue is the concerned billing documents are released for accounting on 1st of May

    Even though if there are 1000 documents it is possible.

    Because normally generally billing documents are generated through batch jobs. so, based on client requirement thebatch jobs are run on a reguler intervels. and it might create 1000 billing documents on 30th april. But due to some information problem accounting documents are not generated.

    So, these billing documents might be released for accounting on 1st may.

    I think this could be the reason.

    Hope this is clear.

    Reward if helpful.

    Thanks

    Praveen

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      Dinesh,

      As praveen explained, the batch jobs will be set to execute at regular intervals. But due to some unexpected reasons, they will reschedule it.

      You can check in SM37 with date whether the particular batch job has executed on the date or not.

      Prase

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    Former Member
    May 02, 2008 at 01:12 PM

    Hi

    May be it was released to accounting manually on 1st.

    Pl check the setting if the release to accounting is automatic or posting block is configured.

    Thanks,

    Ravi

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    • Former Member

      Its not just with one Ravi..... nearly 1000.....

      Can u please elobate??

      thanks and regards,

      Dinesh.