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automatic clearing upon CM creation

Hi guys,

Just want to ask if there's a possibility for automatic clearing of CM created against customers open items in FBL5n while using t-code FB75 (Creation of CM)? The scenario will be like this... Before saving the CM created in FB75, there will be an icon/button to be ticked so that all open items on that particular customer will be displayed perhaps another window/session for FBL5n and can clear the items right there and then by clicking the said transaction. After saving, CM can now be generated and at the same time open items are already included in the cleared items. So that we dont have to use t-code F-32 for clearing. Is this possible in SAP R/3, that there's a link somehow between FB75 and F-32 to clear the CM created and the open items at the same time in one saving? And if not, what are the reasons/limitation of the system? Please help me...

Thanks and more power....

carol

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    Posted on Jan 14, 2009 at 08:31 PM

    In config you set up auto clearing "Prepare Automatic Clearing". Enter the GL account you want. The the basis for clearing ie Assignment or Purchasing Document etc. That wil need to be in each document to link them up. Then run auto clearing F.13 - Without Specification of Clearing Currency or F13E - With Clearing Currency Specified .

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      Hi Dave,

      Good Day!

      Thank you so much. But what im trying to ask is that, it is possible in SAP R/3, to have a link somehow between FB75 and F-32 to clear the CM created and the open items at the same time in one saving, without using F-32 and F.13 as another step for clearing? And if not, what are the reasons/limitation of the system?

      Thanks and more power...

      carol

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