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Could anyone please help me regading Dunning configuration for my reference.

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    Posted on Jun 17, 2008 at 08:05 PM

    Hi,

    removed by moderator. This is nice information but please post it to teh WIKI instead of just in the forum..

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    Neha

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 08:07 AM

    HI,

    Steps in Dunning Configuration:-

    1. Define dunning area(OB61)

    2. Define dunning procedure (FBMP)

    3. Assign dunning procedure in customer master (XD02)

    4. Sales posting(F-22)

    5. Dunning(F150)

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    Sunil

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    Posted on Jun 18, 2008 at 08:42 AM

    Hi,

    Sometimes your business partners may fall behind on payments. You can send them a payment reminder or a dunning notice to remind them of their outstanding debts.

    The SAP System allows you to dun business partners automatically. The system duns the open items from business partner accounts in which the overdue items create a debit balance. The dunning program selects the overdue open items, determines the dunning level of the account in question, and creates a dunning notice.

    If you wish to use the automatic dunning procedure, you have to make settings in the following places before using the system and while it is operational:

    - In Customizing for Financial Accounting (IMG)

    In the IMG for Financial Accounting, choose Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable -> Business Transactions -> Dunning

    In the SAP Easy Access Menu, choose Accounting à Financial accounting -> Accounts receivable/Accounts payable -> Periodic processing -> Dunning.

    - In the master data for your customers or vendors

    In the SAP Easy Access Menu, choose Accounting -> Financial accounting -> Accounts receivable/Accounts payable -> Master records -> Create or Change then Company code data -> Correspondence.

    - When you post documents

    the SAP Easy Access Menu, choose Accounting -> Financial accounting -> Accounts receivable/Accounts payable -> Document -> Change.

    You use the following attributes to control the dunning program, and you can configure them according to the needs of your company:

    - Dunning procedure: The dunning procedure controls how dunning is carried out by the system. You can define as many dunning procedures as you like.

    - Dunning level: The dunning levels are calculated based on the number of days open items are in arrears. You can also have the system calculate the dunning levels based on the dunning amount or a percentage paid (sales-related dunning level determination). You can determine more than one dunning level per dunning procedure.

    - Dunning areas: A dunning area is an organizational unit within a company code used for the dunning process. A dunning area can be a division or a sales organization. You assign a dunning area to an open item when you are posting. You can dun items separately by dunning area.

    I hope it will help.

    If helpful, please assign points.

    Regards,

    Manju

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