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For a Vendor the following 3 are the document identified with a posting keys in a Payment Run.

21 Vendor A/C Dr.

50 Expense A/C

21 Vendor A/C Dr.

50 Expense A/C

31 Vendor A/C Dr.

40 Expense A/C

Unable to make payment to the Vendor in the payment run.

For this Vendor there is a open item of -700

Even though there is open amount, Is it because of the posting with the Vendor Dr.posting that payment is not made ?

How to identify the exact reason why this Vendor is not paid.

What exactly needs check at the following for identifing the reason for not payment:

Vendor Master

Vendor Balances

Payment Run

Payment configuration

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    Posted on May 26, 2008 at 03:36 PM

    Hello Raghuram,

    did you activate the Additional log in the paymentrun? This log gives you detailled information why an item or a vendor is paid or not, about bank determination, discounts and dueness, missing customizingentries, and and and....

    This log is the solution for nearly 95% of all problems appearing on the paymentrun.

    Hope this is helpful for you.

    Best regards

    Horst

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  • Posted on May 27, 2008 at 05:56 PM

    Where did you get this document informations from?

    well, to do payments with F110 you will need to fill parameters correctly and certify that you have no "Payment Proposal" run before without "Payment Run".

    The two documents wrote displays Debit Memo documents. these documents will be deduced of normal invoices. Did you check these data? Have you seen some payment block or correct payment medium?

    Reply me with the payment log text, please.

    Assing me poits as way to say thanks.

    Rgds

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