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Period end closing

Hi.

We use Sap Business one 2007 PL 37, and have problems to close period.

We have tested in our test servers, and we found a random problem after make the procedure.

I explain:

Administration -- Utilities -- Period End Closing, in the selection criteria: choose all the accounts, choose the period and the subperiods, the retained earning account and the period end closing account, then execute.

Then in the closing balance dates (due date and document date) corresponding to the period to close, in this case is 2007, we put 31/12/2007 in both.

In Opening Balance (Posting Date, Due date and Document date) put 01/01/2008

Click in approved to choose all de accounts, check in auto remarks which equals to For Closing Period 37 and this corresponds to the period to close.

Click in execute, and we could see that the system works until everything left blank.

I mean the problem is random, because some of the tests we could see the policy in the journal entry, but sometimes not, and therefore I imagine that is not closed if the policy is not in the journal entry.

Everything has been done in testing and not in production, but is necessary in production to avoid accounting problems.

Could help?

Have seen this problem?

Thanks

Eric

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    Posted on May 08, 2009 at 10:31 PM

    Hi Eric,

    What do you mean policy in the journal entry ?

    Thanks,

    Gordon

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2009 at 06:49 PM

    Cerrado - closed

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