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Alternative comp code functionality in FF67


I have done all the required config for manual bank statement and working succesfully, except alternative company code functionality.

I have choosen that field in to screen varient for manual bank statement entry.

So i am able to see the field in entry screen and entering the other company code ( In some cases, our banker will debit bank charges to this bank account, which is actually pertaining to one of our other company code's bank account)

after entering Alt CC, i am saving the statement. (No issues)

Again if i go to enter some more documents in the same document, system is not showing the earlier entered ALT CC in the statement.

Even if i try to post the statement also, it is not posting the cross company code transaction for that line item. (Cross CC doc with ALT CC)

It is not getting saved, and not giving any error during entry also.



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    Posted on Jan 28, 2010 at 09:50 AM


    I found one SAP Note, which clearly says this functionlity does not supported by SAP.

    Note 124655 - Non-supported electronic bank statement functions

    If some one have any inputs on this, please keep me posted.



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