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IHC - Posting Incoming Bank Statement

Hi,

Our client wants to keep the In-House cash center in one company code, say 1000, and the external bank statement in another company code, say 2000.

As per my knowledge the external bank accounts which are to update the IHC accounts should be in the same company code as the IHC center.

Now if I import the bank statement in company code 2000, will it update the IHC accounts which are attached to company code 1000?

Please advise.

Kalyan

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    Posted on Jul 20, 2011 at 07:48 AM

    Hi Kalyan,

    I had done some research for a similar requirement. Hence will tell you my findings.

    According to standard, when processing the EBS, it checks whether it is able to find any payment notes which are related to IHC or whether any IHC account could be determined from the bank account. It determines the IHC center from this step.

    As a next step, it checks whether the company code processing the bank statement is same as the company code having the In house Cash center. If it fails in either of the step, the item is marked as not relevant for IHC and will not forward the item to IHC center.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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      Hi Kalyan,

      The standard check happens inside the function module BKK_IHB_BASTA_IN_CHECK.

      Also there is no BADi or User Exit.

      Hence in case if that requirement has to be met, then a fully custom solution has to be developed which is going to require some amount of effort for doing all the validation.

      Regards,

      Ravi

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