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F.5E message- nothing was selected

Dear all,

Executed F.5E for the month of Junu201909 and generated a batch session, processed (foreground) the same in SM35, system prompted an error msg: Period not open, simultaneously we have opened the GL Account Posting Period _OB52 and tried to process the batch, system still throwing error message, so we thought of stopping the batch session,,, as system is not allowing to do so, we have forcibly come out of the session u201C/nu201D then again checked in SM35, the status is showing as still processing,,, we have deleted the session,

Now the problem has come,,, again we have tried to execute F.5E for the month of Junu201909 after calculating F.5D, system prompting a msg: nothing was selected,,,

- Can we post balance sheet adjustment for the same period more than one time, if so where are we going wrong? Please let us know how to overcome this message: nothing was selected.

regards,

Kumar

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2009 at 12:46 PM

    Dear all,

    Awaiting for any solutions, Please help us.

    Thanks in advance,

    Kumar

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    • Former Member sanjeev chandorkar

      Dear Sanjeev,

      While reversing a particular run id using F.5G will the accounting documents will be reversed automatically, because one of my run id (82) matches with the difference amount Rs.80,000.

      We have copied the log data of run id 82 prior to reverse and an accounting document 3_1 with Rs.80,000. has been posted,,, after reversal the status of this accounting document is not changed ie document is reversed by x document.

      So as per my understanding,

      We will manually cancel this accounting doc 3_1and reverse run id 87and re-execute F.5E, so that amount will be matched.

      Please help us in resolving this issue.

      regards,

      Kumar

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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 07:27 AM

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