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accrual and recurring

hi,

FBD1 recurring and FBS1 accrual, to me, both also meant for manual posting. FBD1 for repeating over a period of time and FBS1 is to do accrual and must reverse the next month.

so can i say FBD1 to do recurring and FBS1(must reverse) to do accrual?

thanks

rgds

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 12:11 PM

    HI,

    On a broad level what you say is correct. The purpose of using FBD1 is very different from that of FBS1. In FBD1 we maintain entries that will be run for a fixed period and for a fixed value. For example Rent - the GL account, the amount and the duration etc are maintained in FBD1 and the same will be executed only for that.

    In FBS1, we have to manually enter the accounting entry every month. This will be reversed the next month. We cannot use FBD1 for accrual entries and vice versa.

    Thanks and Regards,

    Anit

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  • Posted on Sep 09, 2009 at 12:29 PM

    Hi,

    As you know creation of Accrual Docuemnt using FBS1 and Reverse Accrual Docuemnt F.81.

    There is a link between FBS1 and F.81 to reverse the Accrual Document.

    Thanks

    Chandra

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