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Difference in Payment List total and DME file total

Hello,

I am having an issue in which a user has run a payment run.All is well till the payment Document is posted.But when we see the DME file,here some payment Documnets have not been considered.

To be noted that i have checked the Vendor Account via Fbl1n and i can see that the vendor has been successfully paid in the past and even the DME file was generated for the vendors (which were not selected in the DME file in the current by the same user).

Please help.

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  • Posted on Nov 21, 2011 at 01:34 PM

    Dear Kharat,

    please check again Your F110 run.

    Usually when there is a difference betwwen the payments made by F110 and the payment contained into the DME file, It will depend on the fact that not all the invoices contained into the F110 run were paid.

    Example:

    You got by F110:

    postings orders:

    155 generated, 154 completed

    This means that something happened between the payment proposal and the payment run, therefore one document was not paid.

    If You created the DME file the validation flag activated, the DME file will be produced only with 154 payment.

    Please read the SAP note 545340.

    I hope this helps.

    Mauri

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