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F110-No valid Payment method Found

We have posted an invoice for a vendor in the month of March and the payment method was not assigned in the invoice, at that time the payment method assigned to the vendor master data was direct bank transfer. However now we have changed the payment method to check in vendor master data. And running the APP. The system says in the Proposal that No valid Payment method Found. So I went and gave the payment method in the invoice as check. But still the same message appears.

Please advice.

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2009 at 01:30 PM

    Hello,

    In fact this is wrong log showing by the system.

    When you are making payment through check, you have filled ALL address fields of the vendor master.

    Address fields in the vendor master must be completed in all respects including post codes (do not leave anything blank) - XK02

    Hope your problem will be resolved.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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    Posted on Apr 23, 2009 at 01:34 PM

    When you activate additional log in the payment method. Select the indicator: Payment Method Selection if not successful and fil in the vendor number.

    When this was not on you have first to delete the proprosal and run it again

    What is the information you get there

    With the general question you place there are more then 100 possble reasons.

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