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Check - document date is in future

Hi,

The client doesn't want the users to post accounting documents with future document date. So for the same we have changed the warning message into error message in the document processing.

Control of messages for document processing we have controlled the same.

But Client has two more other company codes where user doesnt want this functionality to work.

Can any one suggest me whether we can restrict other two company codes from the error message.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 13, 2008 at 06:38 PM

    Put a validation for other company codes.

    Logic:

    If company code = xxxx, date=later than todays date or entry date, error

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      Hi,

      We have applied the following validation and the same is not working for the standard t.codes.In Fbcj we were able to bring the efect but when we tried in f-02 there was no effect of the validation.

      Please let me know y the validation of the same is not working for other standard t.codes other than FBCJ.

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    Posted on Dec 22, 2008 at 04:29 AM

    We have decided that for one user id this particular error message will not affect.For tabele V_t100C and application area F5 for specific users we can maintain the error.

    So to process two different company codes we have assigned a user which will be resposible for these company codes.

    Regards

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