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F-28

Dear All,

In F-28, as per my knowledge there is no Chek No. field.

We are using Assignment field to enter chek no. of customer.

i am entering check no. in Bank line item and Customer line item.

But In customer line item there is a some no like 0000120932 and if i change this no with check no , again system replace it with no 0000120932. System not store chek no or any other value in assignment field of customer line item.

In bank line item system store check no or whatever value entered.

For your information, In customer Master , Sort key given as Posting Date (001).

Actually In F-28 , i want value in line item same as header value of Asignment.

i.e in F-28 if i enter any value in header of assignment field , system should replace same value in line item of that ocument.

Syetm updates header assignment value in line item of bank but not updates in line item of customer. Also not accept new value in customer line item.

Regards

Swati Shah

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 11:45 AM

    Hi,

    For Banks GL's if you maintain field Status G005 then in F-28 you will get a field Value date there you can capture check date here

    0000120932 this may be your Customer recon Account GL / or Customer Code is copying to assignment field check.. Ramesh

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    Posted on May 04, 2011 at 12:11 PM

    Hello

    Please check the sort key in recon account

    Thanks

    Kameshwar Rao

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    • Former Member

      Thanx,

      Sort key in customer recon a/c is customer no (031). My customer id is "1" and it's recon a/c is 203000.

      In f-28 ,why it's not accepting any value in Assignment field in customer line item.

      Regatds

      Swati

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