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Security Deposit Amount from customer should not be deducted

Hi,

client requirement is Security deposit from Dealer(Customer) should not show the balance of amount of Invoice of the Dealer, It should be shown seperately and not show the balance after deducting Security deposit. This security deposit is returnable to Dealer.

So, all the invoice raised to customer and credit memo should be shown different amount without deducting from Secutiy deposits.

For example If Rs. 1lakhs is security deposit

there r 3 invoice of debit against Customer say 60000. In customer line item it should not show the balance of Rs40000. It should show only 3invoice amount of Rs.60000 and it should show seperately Rs.1lakhs.

IS Thereany configuration of this scenerio.

Regards,

Sreekanth

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  • Posted on May 21, 2009 at 05:25 PM

    Hello,

    This is what expected to do.

    That is the reason SAP has provided with two check boxes in FBL5N.

    If you select only normal items you will be shown INR +60000

    If you select both normal items and special GL items, you will be shown INR 40000- (-10000+60000)

    If you select special GL items it will be shown -100000

    There is nothing special you are required to do.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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