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FWZE Error

Hi All,

I had updated the per unit rates for Mutual fund in T-code FWZZ for dated 02 Nov 2011. When I tried posting through FWZE, it gives the following error. There are no flows to be processed for ID no. XXX in sec. acct XXX, CoCd XXX.

Please help. I cant figure out what could have gone wrong since the MF has a postitive balance.

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    Posted on Nov 04, 2011 at 02:40 PM


    In FWZE you would post the dividends which you would get for the mutual funds. For this you have to add the dividend condition in FWZZ conditions tab with the relevant condition details. After that you can check in TPM40 whether the flows are generated and then post.

    Please let us know what functionality you are trying to achieve?



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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi Ravi,

      Thanks for the solution but in my case it has partially solved the issue.

      Issue: I am trying to post the dividend for 30.12.2013 and 31.12.2013. I added both the condition in FWZZ and tried posting through FWZE. It was showling only 31.12 flow. I expected to see both the flows , can you please explain why its so?

      Then I deleted the 31.12 condition from FWZZ and ran FWUP to updated the planned records. I was able to post the 30.12 dividend flow successfully through FWZE.

      Later added 31.12 condition in FWZZ and ran FWUP. But this time it is not showing any flow in FWZE or TPM40. Why its so?

      I have kept both Effective date and Due Date same in all the conditions.

      For testing purpose I changed the Due Date to 01.01.2014 and I am able to do FWZE but I don't want to run for 01.01.2014.

      Can anybody please suggest how I can post the dividend for 31.12.2013.

      Thanks in Advance !!!


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