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VF11 cancel an invoice,but FI document is not right

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I have a question . After we cancelled an invoice with tcode vf11, the filed in table bkpf of the fi document is blank, not the reverse fi document No. These cancel invoice type all have these question. I think it may be wrong in our customrizing.

Could you tell me the error?

Thank you a lot.

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  • Posted on Oct 28, 2010 at 05:22 PM

    The forum [FPM - General|Enterprise Performance Management (SAP EPM); in which you originally posted a question deals mainly with the financial performance applications otherwise known as Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) carrying the BusinessObjects brand. Your question pertains to SAP [ERP Financials|SAP ERP Financials; which is covered by another forum. Therefore your message has been moved. Please adjust any bookmarks you might have and post to the appropriate area in the future, that way you are assured you will have the right audience reading your posts.

    Thanks and best regards,

    [Jeffrey Holdeman|http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/profile/Jeffrey+Holdeman]

    SAP Labs, LLC

    BusinessObjects Division

    Americas Applications Regional Implementation Group (RIG)

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    Posted on Oct 28, 2010 at 05:27 PM

    Exactly which field in BKPF you are getting as blank.

    After VF11 cancellation, the FI document gets created, but it is not cleared up automatically with the original accounting document. The clearing has to be done manually in F.13 or via F-32

    This is standard SAP design.

    Regards,

    SDNer

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