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Manual Bank Statement: saved & posted without errors but no FI doc

Hi,

I entered details for manual bank statement to clear a vendor payment.

The transaction used was "003- Cashed Check", which has interpretation algorithm "021 Reference document number search". I've read in another Forum thread that this interpretation algorithm searches for the data stored in the Reference field of the payment document. So I entered the same data in the Bank Reference field in the manual bank statement.

The system did not throw any error, so I saved the bank statment and consequently posted. The status of the statement is "Manu. Posting complete".

As far as I understand, when the statement is "posted", an FI doc will be automatically posted with the following entry:

DR Bank Check outgoing

CR Main Bank Account GL

However, I cannot see this posting in both the Main Bank Account and Bank Check outgoing GLs.

Am I missing any step? Or is the config wrong?

Hoping for your guidance. Thanks!

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    Posted on Dec 16, 2008 at 11:14 AM

    Hi ,

    Just check your customization once in

    IMG>Financial Accounting > Bank Accounting>Business Transaction>Payment Transaction>Manual Bank Statment.

    Invoice

    db-exp acc

    cr-vend acc

    Payment

    db-vend acc

    cr-outgoing payt

    Clearing Sub bank Account.

    db-out payt

    cr -main bank acc

    Hope this Will Be Helpfull

    Regards

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi ,

      I am facing same errror.

      currently document was posted but no fi doc created automatically just showing doc no *.

      when trying to posting using FEBP, no data selected.

      Anyone has idea how to create fi doc for this ?

      thanks

  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Dec 16, 2008 at 09:55 AM

    Please check you posting rules once again defined in customization.

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