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Not able to post to customer in Treasury

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I have configured a BP to be a customer in CFM. I have entered both House bank and account id for flow type 1105 in pament details tab of interest rate instrument and selected radio button post to customer accounts. When I try to post this flow in tcode TBB1 an error msg "account determination for House bank is missing".

If i select radio button "post to G/L accounts"in the payment details tab of interest rate instrument with the same house bank and account id and execute a test run then no posting errors come up and I can see the debit and credit entry while it is throwing error for the other case.

Pls advise.



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    Posted on Dec 16, 2008 at 04:01 PM

    did you maintain account determination for House bank in FBZP

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      Track your entry as follows:

      1. Flow type 1105: Check the update type it is assigned to both for inflow and outflow.

      2. Check the update type assignments to posting specs

      3. Check the posting specs definition, pick up the account symbol you have used for the bank outflow or inflow spec.

      4. Check the assignment of the GL account to the account symbol. Whether you have specified the entire bank GL account or mask correctly.

      I am taking it that you have done the FBZP config for the house bank, where the house bank has been defined with the GL account assigned to it in the house bank master.

      Other than that there is nothing that should raise this error.


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