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"Doc. XXX has payment method for incoming payments, no dunning notice"

Hi all,

in F150 i'm trying to dun a customer, but the program says:

"Doc. XXX has payment method for incoming payments, no dunning notice"

The document has payment method 3, direct debits. Can that be dunned? Should the payment method change in order to have a dunning notice?

Many thanks.

Pamela

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2008 at 11:02 AM

    Hi,

    I guess, need to change the payment method. Please check out..

    Thanks,

    deva.

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    Posted on Dec 01, 2008 at 11:39 AM

    payment methods are defined for incoming payment and out going payment. Change the doc xxx having the payment method to a pmt method as mentioned

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  • Posted on Dec 16, 2014 at 06:20 PM

    Hello All,

    I have much more simpler method for dunning the customers with Incoming payment method. It always works:

    1. Run FBL5N for customers you want to dunn (might be also for all items for all customers)

    2. Mark all items by Edit / Select All

    3. Go to Environment / mass change / New values

    4. Give payment block "R"

    5. Press "Execute changes"

    6. Make your dunning process - it is going to work normally even though customer has Incoming Payment method.

    7. Run FBL5N for customers you have just dunned (might be also for all items for all customers)

    8. Mark all items by Edit / Select All

    9. Go to Environment / mass change / New values

    10. In field "Payment Block" put space - yes, phisically put "space"

    11. Press "Execute changes"

    This is it

    I hope you will like that 😊

    All the best

    Greg

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