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Invoice check

Hello, this my request....

How I can be sure that an invoice, already loaded from accounting dpt, was already paid or blocked for some (assumption: goods receipt and quality control are OK).

What is the transaction in SAP MM to check that? (reading only functionality)

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2009 at 08:47 AM

    Dear,

    check-if-invoice-has-been-paid

    Please check FBL1N, FBL5N and S_ALR_87012077 also.

    Regards,

    Syed Hussain.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Dear,

      Procurement dpt could ask for authorization for such data visibility accrding to u

      Basing on business requirements and importance of business situations procurement can ask for authorizations.

      But as far as my concern, procurement not to have these authorizations for checking payments. They have to consult Finance department for further details (Even the same happend with in our business also).

      Regards,

      Syed Hussain.

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    Posted on Oct 03, 2009 at 09:04 AM

    Dear Friend,

    When you do invoice verification in MIRO transaction system will create automatically corresponding accounting documents,

    while you do the posting of invoice it will show the GR/IR clearing account, or Consumption account or what ever it may be it will show before posting

    For blocking of invoice 3 causes are there price variance, date variance, quantity variance, if these thing if system will found at the system will block the invoice for payment then if you want release for that conditions at the time goto MR8M transaction you see and release the for invoicing

    Regards

    Pramod

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