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Transaction to be reversed (is it possible)

Dear Team

We have incorrectly (in error) reversed document no. 1104385166 on customer account

1010008189 using SAP transaction VF11. The clearing document no. is 2000794233.

Please confirm if transaction can be reversed and document 1104385166 goes back in open items

Details are as followsu2026.

EMI Standard Order 12185605 23.09.11 Completed

EMI Outbound Del. 83587743 08.10.11 Completed

EMI Invoice 96717603 08.10.11 Completed

Accounting document 1104385166 09.10.11 Not cleared

Cancel. Invoice (S1) 96986149 22.11.11 Completed

Accounting document 2000794233 22.11.11 Not cleared

Above issue is in Production.

For the above query iam going to give following solution, if you feel still better solution is there Kindly let me know.

We can not cancel the cancelled billing document agian .The only thing what we can do is , need to create new billing document by taking the reference of the delivery document 83587743 in VF01 Tcode .

Thanks.

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 09:00 AM

    Hi Phani,

    Your suggestion is best for the situation,do the invoice with reference to the delivery.

    Regards

    Ram

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  • Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 09:32 AM

    After cancellation of invoice 96717603.

    You can't use it any further.

    B'coz of this your Delivery doc should be in Open status and can be referred to create a new Invoice.

    Kindly try and in case of any concern, do revert back.

    Regards

    JP

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 10:15 AM

    Thanks for your suggestions.

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