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Delete Invoice from RBKP_BLOCKED table.

Standard SAP process suggests to remove payment blocks on invoices always through MRBR. Payment blocks must not be removed from any other transactions or manually. This will interfere with the data that MRBR uses and can show the invoice as blocked in MRBR but still allow the invoice to be picked up in the payment run.

Now since the payment block on the invoice document was removed manually, and not through MRBR, the invoice was never removed from RBKP_BLOCKED table. The invoice still shows up as blocked for payment in this table. The payment run for this invoice has been executed and the appropriate vendor has already been paid for this invoice. In spite of this, the invoice still shows up as blocked for payment in MRBR.

Can you someone please point me in the right direction as to how to get these invoices out of the RBKP_BLOCKED table, so as to allow MRBR to not pick these invoices as blocked for payment.

Any help would be appreciated.

Thank you.

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    Posted on Jan 06, 2011 at 10:57 AM

    Hi!

    Invoives blocked via MM transactions should

    be released with MRBR which updates then the FI docuent as well.

    But this is not working backwards, manual removal of payment block in

    FI with FB02 does not update the corresponding MM invoice.

    So, in your case, this invoice is still existing in table RBKP_BLOCKED.

    MRBR is selecting the invoices from this table.

    Therefore the system behaviour is completely correct.

    Please avoid in the future the removal of the payment block from the FI

    document and use MRBR.

    In this case, for this invoice, you will have to delete the RBKP_BLOCKED

    entry.

    Best regards

    Erika

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    Posted on Apr 21, 2011 at 11:56 PM

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