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Return Lot Posting

Hi All,

Suppose I have posted an open item on 25.03.2011 against which I have received the payment on 05.04.2011 and cleared the open item.Now the posting period for March,2011 is closed.

On 10.04.2011, the payment doc is returned and Return Lot is posted.Now the cleared item has to be re-opened again which has posting date=25.03.2011 for which posting period is already closed.

Whether standard SAP will allow to post the Return Doc or I need to enhancement in event 0062 or any other, where I need to write logic for opening the posting period?

Thanks in Advance,

Banasri

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  • Posted on Jun 23, 2011 at 07:05 AM

    Hi,

    You do not need to write any logic for opening the posting period.Standard SAP functionality caters this requirement.

    So , in your example, 10.04.2011 is the date on which the payment dishonor happened and subsequently the dishonored document got posted.

    So, the clearing of the payment with the dishonored document happens on the current month and so there will be no issues,as the posting period of the current month is always open.

    However, if you requirement is to post the dishonored document at a past date say on which the payment happened which falls in last month, then it will create issues with the posting and you need to write some code to skip the posting period.

    However, that is not recommended from a reconciliation prespective.

    Hope it helps...

    Thanks,

    Amlan

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