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Check Number Confirmation

I have a client using SAP Business One 8.8. I print Checks using Document Printing, Checks for Payment.

The checks print correctly, but the Check Number Confirmation window does not automatically appear. I have to go to the Banking menu and open the window.

Why is this happening. How do i get the Check Number Confirmation Window to open automatically.

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  • Posted on Mar 24, 2011 at 07:17 AM

    Hi Dennis,

    Check this SAP Note

    [1059752 - Cheque for Payment skipping Confirmation Screen|]

    Cheque confirmation window does not appear and the cheques automatically get confirmed.
    If the option 'Print on Blank Paper' is ticked, the Cheque Number
    Confirmation window will not pop-up.
    Go through the following steps and check the settings:
        1. Go to Administration -> System Initialization -> Print Preferences -> Per Document tab, Document: Cheque for Payment. Check if the option 'Print on: Blank Paper' is ticked.
        2. In Cheque for Payment document check whether the tick box 'Print on Blank Paper' is ticked.
        3. Go to Administration-> Setup-> Banking-> House Bank Accounts>check in the Paper Type column if the option blank paper is chosen.



    Edited by: Balakumar Viswanathan on Mar 24, 2011 12:48 PM

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    • Former Member

      I blank paper is not checked and in house banks the paper type is default. In check in my demo 8.8 which does open the confirmation window and the settings are the same as the client.

      It still does not work

  • Posted on Apr 15, 2011 at 03:59 PM

    I agree with Dennis, we have seen similar. For some reason check confirmation window no longer appears when it used to and we have not figured out what is causing this. Does anyone else have any ideas?

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