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Foreing Currency Valuation - Batch Input Reverse

Hi Gurus,

I have created a batch input session after executing FAGL_FC_VAL. But i have not processed that batch input session.

Now, i want to execute FAGL_FC_VAL on same date but want to exclude one customer. When i am doing this, system is showing items already valuated.

Can you please tell me how to handle this situation. I dont want to post documents which are there in batch input session. Thats why i am creating a new session.

Please revert.

Thank YOu

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 03:16 PM

    Hi,

    Just use the reset functionality in FAGL_FC_VAL and the system will reset it to as if the document were not valued at all.

    You don't need to post the batch session you have created.

    Once you have reset, you can run your valuations again and system will treat it as if no valuation is executed.

    Regards,

    SAPFICO

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    Posted on Oct 07, 2010 at 02:07 PM

    Valuation postings and "reverse postings" should not be reversed manually. Instead, the complete valuation (valuation, history and possibly reversal) should be reset. The reset occurs by means of the selection parameters of the reset run. In this way, you can reset a complete run or specific OI valuations or balance valuations. If the "Create postings" indicator is set, the reset run resets the history and makes the corresponding inverse postings.

    Regards,

    Ganesh

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