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Posting in F-28, without opening the future periods

Hi Experts,

Scenario

User is posting a post dated cheque's in F-28.

For Example: Posting a Post dated cheque in next period (i.e December month)

User is giving posting date and value date as 10.12.2011(i.e for December month)

So, in this case, we are compelled to open future period(i.e December month)

So that , while taking customer report in fbl5n, the document which posted in 10.12.2011 will not appear for november month. this is helpful for reporting purpose

Now, I don't want future period to open,

Is there any method, without opening future period, we can able to pass this entries and like wise, the entries which are to be posted in december month(i,e Post dated cheques) should not appear in november month. It should appear only in December month.

Thanks in advance,

Sudhir Krishna Kumar Singh

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2011 at 01:26 PM

    Hi

    I dont think so such functionality available in SAP

    you can t post a document, Since you closed the future period

    So what you can do is, close the future period and whenever user requires to enter post dated things, he has to take special permission to open period for time being then it should close once its done

    Reg

    Vishnu

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    Posted on Nov 24, 2011 at 03:05 PM

    Ji,

    As you are aware now, that there is no functionality to capture this PDC which is very useful Payment Guarantee to minimise risk in this global recession times. It is also not known whether SAP is going to have this functionality in their enhancement package or not.

    Hence, we are left with only two options, one taking the PDC in to the system by way of Noted items and then when the check is realised, the customer or Vendor's open item is cleared. This is a comfortable one in the point of view of end user's convenience.

    Another option is to go for Bill of exchange, where the the customer oir vendor's account is cleared and when the check is realised or paid, the necessary entries are taken up this clearing. Vishnu has given the right link to understand this process well and to impart them to the end users.

    Another hard option is to go for development. wherein necessary screen is developed to key in the checks details and we can BDC which will be triggered as and when the check is realised or paid. This one we have done in one of our client in Dubai.

    Regards,

    Ashok Singh

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    Posted on Nov 25, 2011 at 01:03 PM

    Thanks for your inputs. points awarded.

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