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Posting of prepayments

Dear Friends,

I have the following requirement for posting of prepayment, can i seek you expertise solution here pl.

-to create a new G/L indicator which is linked to account AB02000000.

-this new G/L indicator should be used for posting of customer

downpayments (transaction F-29)

Clearing of the downpayment (after posting of the invoice) will be done manually.

Appreciate your advise inputs.

Thanks in advance



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    Posted on Oct 16, 2008 at 04:42 PM

    Use spl. GL indicator 'A' (SAP provided default). Link the customer recon a/c. to the alternate recon a/c. AB02000000 using transaction code OBXR for spl. GL indicator A.

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      hi friend .if i am correct you r teying to config Special gl right,

      ok thn in obxr (for customer don payment),obyr(for vendor down payment).

      you 1 st selct the special gl indicator for down payments i.e, a, by selcting it u'll enter into a screen where you r going to link up the sundry debtor accounto the sundry debtor down payment a/c(which is an alternative recon a/c.

      after linking these 2 u can post you prepayment f-48 for vendor and f-29 for customer.

      plz let me know if this is wht you required to know.



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