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While doing BRS using ZF032 (Manual Bank Statement)

Dear Experts,

We have successfully doing BRS thru ZF032 for existing banks. We have opned up new Bank in ICICI Bank for which necessary master House Bank ID creation with 3 GL code Main,Incoming & Out going a/c has been created, we have assigned default profit centre for doc splitting for these 3 GL codes. In automatic posting also assigned Out going GL code to the house bank Id. Now while running GL codes we are facing below error message and no batch processing is carried out,

WFV 058Beginning balance does not match prior ending balance 50,000.00-

SFV 051Statement/list saved

SFV 041Statement/list posted

SBT 864Printer not suitable for job step; automatic output not possible

S00 344No batch input data for screen SAPMF40K 0101

Can any body suggest what else need to be done.

Regards,

Alok

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  • Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 12:13 PM

    Hi,

    It appears that this is not the first BRS statement you are entering manually. You must have entered at least one statement. The closing balance of the last statement entered is (50,000.00 - ) not tallying with the opening balance of the current statement. This is causing the error. Match the closing balance of previous statement & opening balance of this statement.

    Thank You.

    Regards,

    AVD

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    Posted on Feb 24, 2009 at 01:10 PM

    self solved, infact it has generated the batch in put, i have never checked the SM35 where it has appeared no of time.

    thnaks

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