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T_code: MR8M

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In T-Code: MR8M, Can some explain me whats the difference between reversal reason 01 & 03.

Reversal Reason: 01 Reversal in current period

Reversal Reason: 03 Actual Reversal in current period

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Vinay

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Aug 12, 2009 at 10:27 AM

    Hello Dear

    Reversal Reason 01 is used, if you want to create reverse posting document. e.g. if line Account is debited in original document then by choosing RR-01, Account will be posted with a Credit.

    Reversal Reason 02 is used when "Negative postings" are to be generated for a reversal. Negative postings reduce the transaction figures again.

    Negative postings must also be allowed for the company code of the document to be reversed. If a company code does not generally use any negative postings, the indicator set here is ignored.

    Hope it Helps

    Cheers

    IMK

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    • Former Member Vinay METHUKU KRISHNA

      Hello Dear

      Reversal Reason -01

      In the normal reversal process, the debit and credits are nullified by posting an equivalent credit and debits.

      Reversal Reason -03

      If the negative posting is allowed, the posting will reduce the transaction figures rather than writing additional debit or credit figures. this would be better for system and data performance.

      You can set the 'negative posting' in the OBY6 transaction. Also you can mention that negative posting option in the reason code for reversal.

      For more information kindly check the following link

      [Negative Postings|http://help.sap.com/erp2005_ehp_04/helpdata/EN/96/8b458d43ce11d189ee0000e81ddfac/content.htm]

      Hope it Helps

      Cheers

      IMK

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