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Down Payment with reference capital PO (Down Payment Entry)

Hi,

This is regarding Down Payment entry.

While making Down Payment with reference capital PO including taxes (f-48) we are getting the entry as below

Vendor A/c Debit

Asset A/c Debit

Cenvat Clearing A/c Debit

Cenvat Clearing A/c Debit

Input Tax Clearing A/c Debit

Bank A/c Credit

Down Payment Clearing A/c Credit

Input Tax A/c Credit

But User is asking the entry should not be like, he wants the entry should be while making F-48

Vendor A/c Debit

Bank A/c Credit

We are using 4.7 version.

someone has told me that if we implement some patches then system will show the entry whichever user is asking.

Is it possible? Is there any solution for this?

Please help me on this.

Regards,

Schilukuri

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    Posted on Oct 28, 2010 at 06:47 AM

    Hi. I do it in such way:

    Our business process- PO- DPR-DP

    So I remove Asset in DPR and PO in DP, and a document posts like in your requirements. Oh, and write PO in DP to assignment number field for analytic.

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    • Hi,

      No, that is not requirement.

      We will make the down payment with reference of Capital PO including taxes

      then system will generate 7 to 8 line items. But user is asking system should show only 2 line items as i said above.

      But someone has told me that if we apply some patches system will generate the entry as per user requirement.Since we are using 4.7 version.

      any one can help me on this..

      Regards,

      Schilukuri

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