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Dunning - List contains no data

Dear SAP Gurus

I have done the customization for Dunning. After that i have seen to it that lot of entries through FI and SD are posted to a Customer Account. This customer is assigned with the Dunning Porcedure in his master record under correspondance.

Then i have run Dunning using T code F150. There i have given Dunning Run on : 02082008. An identification as Rishi1. Then in the parameters i have selected the Dunning Run, Doc posted up to, company code and then the customer who is assigned with the dunning procedure in his master record.

Then i have carriedout the steps of saving the paramenter and doing the schedule run and dunning print out run and then went into the Dunning Noitces and gave there the Account Id, company code and the customer number and executed.

System is taking to another screen where it is showing that

"list contains no data". i mean nothing is displayed for this customer. i am sure that there are so many records in that customer that are due and over due.

Pl help as to why system is not showing and reocrds in the dunning notice display.

This is bit urgent as the client needs it urgently.

Points will be assigned

Thanks in Advance

Regards

Rishikesh

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    Posted on Aug 03, 2008 at 04:50 AM

    please check in customer master, whether it was updated are not?

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear Raju

      Thanks a lot for your valuable answer. You have hit the nail on the right spot. I would like to appreciate your valuable time and answer you have given me.

      Infact, i had gone and checked thoroughly myself and found that the days in arrear in case of dunning notice to be given to a customer has not been taken care by me when i was raising the dunning notice on that customer.

      However, i appreciate the correct answer that you have sent me and that is why i assign full points to you.

      Thanks

      Regards

      Rishikesh

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