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Documents Missing in BSEG

I've list of documents which are available in BSIS and BSAS. However those documents are missing BSEG table. Is that possible. The document type are SA-Processed using Tcode -FBB1 & AC-processed using Tcode - FBS1.

Please help me with understanding on the document flows between BSEG, BSIS & BSAS.

Documents to the tables BSIS & BSAS flows from BSEG..? Then how come a document missing in BSEG and available in BSIS & BSAS

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  • Posted on Jan 21, 2019 at 03:33 PM

    Run program RFINDEX and check for differences

    Kind Regards

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  • Posted on Jan 23, 2019 at 05:44 PM

    Dear Ganesh,

    Please check the following notes that explain the SAP Standard System behavior, which FB1S creates only a clearing document, without line items.

    69767 When are line items created for account clearing?

    543898 FAQ: Clearing lines, clearing rules

    if You need the System to create a line item , You could think to built up a Clearing rule by

    OBIA and OBIB using a specific field that should contain different values.

    Regarding the tables, you will have:

    BSIS/BSIK/BSID that stores details about open items for GLs, Vendors and Customers, respectively. The line items are stored here and in BSEG as well.

    After clearing the documents, the data flows from BSIS/BSIK/BSID to BSAS/BSAK/BSAD. Which will store only cleared line items.

    BKPF will exist for every kind of document or status, once a FI document is cread, storing the header details.

    Regards,

    Selmo Rocha

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  • Posted on Jan 18, 2019 at 04:03 PM
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