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FBL1N - Change 'Due on' field date value

HI, Everybody!

Please, I need your help!

I'm new in the SAP Financial area, so, my question may be very, very easy, but I need some information from people more experienced, like you.

OK, lets go to my question.

The Financial users ask to me to unlock the "Due on" field in the line item of a certain verdor (T-code FBL1N > Double Click in line item). So, I watched that in some types of document I can change the due date, but, I can't change this value in anothers documents types. Besides this, if the line item has the 'Special GL Ind' equal to A (Payment Block) or F (Down Payment Request), I cant change the due date.

My questions:

If the document is blocked, or, is already done (other words, payment has been made ​​to the vendor), why change the due date?? I think the sistem is correct, Isn't it?

Is possible free the "due on" field to change in these cases??

Thanks a lot for your attention!

Kind Regards, ; -)

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    Posted on Sep 07, 2011 at 01:48 AM

    If your question is about net due date, then it is a calculated date, you can't change it. What you can change is 'Baseline date'. Due date calculation is done based on baseline date and the terms of payment. Look at the terms of payment definition (transaction -OBB8), you will understand what baseline date is and how due date is calculated.



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