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Postin Indicators in Table TABA

Hi All,

Please can anyone give me a detailed idea of what these posting Indicators mean in table TABA?

- "0" : Restart set up ANLP

- "1" : Restart batch Input

- "2" : Batch input successfully created

- " " : Check if document posted

- "N" : No document posted

The only Posting Indicator i am clear about is "X" which is for Document posted.

Many thanks!

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2009 at 09:42 AM

    HI

    The system sets this indicator automatically with the year-end closing program RAJABS00 or when you make a depreciation posting, if the documents for the last depreciation posting run have been completely updated.

    It will update the posting run status for each month, whether dep for that month was posted or batch input created or it was restarted .

    Cheers

    Mukta

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    Posted on Aug 24, 2009 at 03:49 PM

    Hi,

    - "0" : Restart set up ANLP --

    - "1" : Restart batch Input --Depreciation update run should be restarted with restart option.

    - "2" : Batch input successfully created--Batch input session was created and not posted yet.

    - " " : Check if document posted --

    - "N" : No document posted--No document posted yet for that period

    Thanks,

    Srinu

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