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I have few questions which need to get clarification, can any one help me out with this.

1. Mass clearing Reversal:- I saw earlier post but not satisfied with the answer, just want to know again is their any perticular T.code whre we can go for mass clearing reversal other than with the help of ABAP or z.

2. I would like to know how to see Recon a/c GL wise line itmes.

3. I purchased two rawmaterials from vendor x. let say raw mater 1 from vendor x and raw material 2 from the same vendor x.

in vendor master i gave a link for this recon a.c and the vendor. i want to know is their any spro config for this link.i.e link between recon a/c and vendor.

4. If i want to block GL a/c FS00 screen for perticular co.code what is the procedure. as per my knwoldge if i block chart of a/cs ob13 i can't create new GL a/cs but i want to block perticular co.code.

Please guide me on these.

Thanks and Regards,


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  • Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 09:02 AM

    1. F.80

    2. FS00, flag line item display

    3. FK03 - company code data - accounting info

    4. FS00 and click on the lock

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 09:07 AM


    1. For Mass Reversal T Code: F.80 (or via FB08 Select mass reversal)

    2.T Code: FBL3N You will get all GL A/c wise line for Recon A/C also

    3.In vendor master data XK01 (WIhile creating vendor, Under Co Code data - Accounting info tab - You have to give Recon a/c (press f4) you will get list. For changing XK02, XK03

    4.In fs00 select the account no from list and click on block button, you can block the account chartof account wise or co code wise.



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