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Reverse Document

Hi Gurur's,

Hope all is well

I am trying to reverse invoice receipts done via RMRP - MIRO transaction. I am unable to do via MR8M or FB08. If I use FB08 the message I get is "not possible to reverse the document in Financial accounting" If I try MR8M it is says the document does not exist.

I am not sure how i can reverse this. Please can someone help me with this.

Best Regards,

Noopers

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    Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 02:29 PM

    Hi,

    As the document has been posted from MM, you cant reverse in FI.

    So do it from MR8M..Procedure for knowing the Invoice doc is

    Please display the FI doc in FB03 ,goto environment -documnet envirn.-original doc, it will take you to the original document(i.e MIRO documnet)

    Thnks

    jabeen

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      Try with this TCODE FBRA and when enter the doc number and save at the time of saving it will ask for reset or reset with reverse ,so select reset with reverse i hope your problem might solve

      thanks& regards,

      Santosh kumar

  • Posted on Sep 04, 2009 at 02:27 PM

    Hello,

    Please get reference key number in FI document(BKPF-AWKEY). In this field first 10 character is your invoice number and between 10 and 14 character is fiscal year of invoice. You must go to MIRO for these numbers.

    Otherwise in FB03, go to menus Enviroment -> Document Envirement -> Original Document

    You can see the original MIRO doc number.

    Regards,

    Burak

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