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F110 cheque spool file not visible


I'am facing a peculiar situation. A F110 run has been generated on the 14th for cheque payment, It generated 20 postings or 20checks, further when i check the payment log i find all the posting documents generated and the spool file created but the problem is when we go to print the spool file for cheques the same is not visible.

The payment varaint is st up correctly, The Check Log is perfect in fact if run the cheque register for this payment run i am also able to get all the check numbers. the payment Log also shows that payments posted successfully and two spool files generated one for payment advice and another for cheque payment.

However when we try to print the cheques the spool file is deleted. what could be the issue? the program was running perfectly until now.

Is it possible that the cheque spool file remains vaild for only few hours and gets deleted automatically and if so how to check thos settiings? or is it that there is another cause for it.



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    Posted on Apr 18, 2011 at 02:25 PM

    Hi Nelson,

    I really cannot say much about why you are unable to find the spool file.. But talk to your BASIS guys to find out what is configured for Spools as to how long it is to be kept in the system.

    For resolution to your issue, Go to FCHD and delete the Print Program, this will remove the cheque No.'s from the payment Document No.s and then run print Program from F110 again and the Cheque No.'s would get generated and a new spool file will also get created which you can print from SP01.



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