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Customer/vendor could not be determined for IDOC

Hi all,

Am trying to post incoming payments through EDI ..

IDOC Information

IDOC type: PEXR2002

Message type: REMADV

Function Module: IDOC_INPUT_REMADV

Process code: REMA

Am getting these 2 errors :

Customer/vendor could not be determined for intermediate document

Company code could not be determined for intermediate document

Has anyone encountered this problem, if yes can anyone suggest the solutions, any help regarding this is highly appreciated.

Thanks.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Sep 22, 2008 at 12:49 PM

    Hello,

    In the segment E1EDKA1 segment you need to pass the partner function details (AG/BE), partner function, partner number and name (can be company code)..

    Maintain the entires in spro the path is Financial accounting >AR/AP >Business transaction >incoming payment ->Electronic incoming payment ->payment advice notes >Assign company code for edi payment advice notes

    The below entries r not necessary but...

    If its doesnt resolve maintain recon.account in customer master(In company code data)

    Thanks and Regards,

    Venkat Phani Prasad Konduri

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Currently I am facing with the same type error when trying to post incoming payments through EDI.

      IDOC Information

      IDOC type: PEXR2002

      Message type: REMADV

      Function Module: IDOC_INPUT_REMADV

      Process code: REMA

      I am getting the below error:

      1. Company code could not be determined for intermediate document

      I have maintained record records for partner type and partner number in OBCA.

      Please advice what are the other configuration changes do I need to maintain.

      Your assistance would be highly appreciated.

      Thanks.

      Edited by: Victor Collins on Feb 27, 2009 9:31 PM

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