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sort method and adjustment account for Regrouping Receivable and Payables

Hi Gurus,

Kindly send to me sort method and adjustment accounts for regrouping receivables/payables paths and T-code

Warm Regards

Abdul

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    Posted on Jul 25, 2008 at 08:03 AM

    Hi,

    You define the periods for the remaining terms of receivables and payables. For each period, you can specify whether transfer postings are to be made for customer, vendor, or G/L accounts.

    T Code is OBBU

    1. Choose New entries.

    2. Enter a key for your sort method, as well as a description.

    3. Confirm your entries and choose Back.

    4. Select your sort method and, in the overview structure, double-click on the node Receivables or Payables.

    5. Enter the periods for the remaining terms and specify the account types for which transfer postings are to be made.

    6. Save your entries.

    Regards,

    Jigar

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      Mr. Abdul,

      Please find the path :

      IMG -> Fin. A/cg. (new ) -> G/L. A/cg.( new ) -> Periodic Processing -> Reclassify -> Transfer and Sort Receivable & Payables.

      In this you find 4 steps. Please read the documentation.

      Moreover, if you know the Tr. code., to find path, simply input the Tr. code in Find button.

      Regards,

      B.S. Chandra

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