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How to make openitem managed GL accounts to Non open item and the implicati

Dear all,

Can any one please tell what are the steps to be taken for making an openitem managed GL accounts to Non open item and the implication of this change.

Thanks in advance.

Gokul

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 05:07 AM

    Hello Gokul,

    For ex: you have posted some bus transactions to one gl account which is OI. Now you want to change it to non open item.....this is your doubt...right.....

    You can post it but first you need to nullify the total balance into 0 and then you can select into Open item management. Then you can change into Open Item Management. For this you have to take the permission from the client as well as the Project manager. then you have to run program RFSEPA02 via SE38.

    If u have any querry pl revert

    If useful pl assign points

    Thanks

    Para

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    Posted on Jun 19, 2008 at 05:18 AM

    Hi Gopal,

    You can maitian a gl a/c without line item display to do so follow the path

    sap easy access-accouting-financial accouting-general ledger-master records-gl a/cs-individual processing-centrally, or trans code FS00

    then open the gl account in the required company code and click control data ,then click change and under account management in company code u can un check line item display and save the changes.

    Make sure line item display is off for recon accounts as the line item are maintained at customer or vendor level and for bank a/c line item should always be ticked on .

    Hope this is helpful if so reward points.

    regards,

    Mayur

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