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Partial Clearing in FEBAN

Hi,

While making a partial clearing through FEBAN system is not making any reference of the partially paid amount. I issued a check for salary transfer of 10,000 later on i requested bank to transfer the salary of only 2 employees and hold the salary of the third one. Now in my SAP in outgoing bank is credited with 10,000 but in Bank statement amount appears is of 9000. while partially clearing the item in FEBAN system is allowing me to clear the partial amount but when i go and check the same item system is not creating any link of the partially paid amount in the original item and also allowing me to clear the item with another item of 10,000. This should not happen. system should show me that form 10,000 item 9000 has already been paid and only 1000 can be cleared. like it does in customer and vendor partial payment process. I have same setting for GL as well in FB00. any one who faced the same issue and can give me the solution please.

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  • Feb 28 at 07:41 AM

    Hi

    If you are post processing manually, why not create a residual item rather than a partially cleared item. So it would show you only the amount which is due (1000) after the processing and would have a reference to the original item

    regards

    Sanil Bhandari

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    • Hi

      Check the below:

      1. In the field status group of GL Account, check if the field "Invoice Reference" is at least optional

      2. After you have completed step 1, maintain this checkbox under open item tab of your GL account master data.

      Now perform the partial clearing and check if your issue is resolved. However, do note that system will not stop you from posting excess amount on the line item during manual processing in FEBAN. However, if you post the difference amount, all open items including partial amounts related open item will get cleared.

      regards

      Sanil Bhandari