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Check Printing

Hi,

Im trying to print chech's, but the Bank Account number is printing wrong. I checked the House bank config in FBZP and the a/c number is right there, but its printing something different on the checks after the payment run (F110). How and where do i fix this issue?

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Shruti

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2008 at 04:40 AM

    hi

    earlier i have faced same problem it's some thing may be related to smart forms there may be assinged account number as hard coding pls take abaper help

    Thanks & Regards

    phaneendra

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  • Posted on Aug 11, 2008 at 09:51 PM

    Hi Shruti,

    Check your House bank configuration in FBZP T.code or FI12 T.code.

    Thanks,

    Rau

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      Hi

      Please follow the following:

      1. Delete the Bank Account Number in House Bank and Save Request and move it to QUA.

      2. Reenter the Bank Account Number in House Bank and Save it in the same request created in step 1 and move it QUA.

      3. Test the scenario once again.

      I am not sure whether the above will help or not but you can give a try.

      I had the same scenario for BRS wherein I have given the correct account number and the same is available in Bank statement but when I am uploading it says Bank account does not present in xxxxx table.

      I have done the above and it went well. So, you can also try the same.

      Regards

      Brahma

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