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debit line item in vendor account

Hi,

How to manage debit line items in vendor in fbzp (F110)?

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 09:26 AM

    Hi,

    FBZP is a transaction to maintain payment methods for country, company codes and give a banking information for the comapny code. U can also specify the ranking of bank accounts and payment methods u wanna use for payment in APP(F110).

    Vendor line item appears wen u make a payment by ur bank account by manual or APP.

    So vendor debit line item will directly come from the setting of bank accounts u do in FBZP.

    The bank account which gets credited while APP becomes the debit line item for vendor.

    thanx

    alok

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    • On Posting the credit memo, APP will check whether Vendor has still credit balance, i.e open invoice amount is greater than credit memo, if so, net balance amount will be paid, else this will go into exception with message that "vendor has still debit balance".

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    Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 09:39 AM

    hi,

    if u do the basic setiting app in a fbzp for the 4 to 5 step ( company code, country method, and fill up the bank & bank a/c information all & then save the all setting in fbzp then do the APP in t-code f110 transaction .Then solve u r problrm any querry tell me

    thanks

    milind patil

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