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Process flow for F-59 and use of this t-code

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 08:38 AM

    Hi,

    Background

    Outgoing Payment Request allows you to create and post a noted item thatu2019s used later by a payment program to create a payment document. A noted item (special GL indicator) type u201CPu201D is posted on a Vendor account as an outstanding document (to be paid). After the payment program run this noted item is cleared with a payment document.

    Scenario

    You didnu2019t have enough data to post a vendor invoice and youu2019ve decided to park it. However, a payment cannot be delayed and you posted an outgoing payment request.

    Prerequisites

    Posted or parked vendor invoice.

    User Manual:

    Enter the document number. This is the invoice for which you want to create a payment request. If you donu2019t know this number, click Find invoice Button . The system will display a search screen. Enter your search criteria:

    Click Execute Button . The system will display a list of documents that fulfill your criteria:

    Choose you document u2013 double-click on the document number

    To create outgoing payment request click Document header Button

    This is a noted item document, so no "real" posting takes place. This document has only one line item and itu2019s not balanced

    Thanks and Regards

    Binoj M D

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