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Automatic payment not specify by business area


I am trying to run an automatic payment program for one vendor and the system splits the open items by Business area. But I donu2019t want that. I would like to aggregate line items in one, if my payment is just one.

I've check my customization and in transaction FBZP, on selection "All Company codes" I donu2019t have the field "Separate Payments for each Business Area" selected.

Do I need any other customization?

Does anyone know some?

Thank you very much for your attention.



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  • Posted on Jan 20, 2012 at 06:38 PM

    Dear Rita,

    This is a Portuguese Forum. Please type according required Language.

    In order to check Business Area Payment go to FI12 and verify if you have some Business Place assigned for your Home Bank definitions. You can also check in F110 parameters tab if there is some B.P. assigned for.

    Verifique na FI12 se existe Local de negócio definido para o Banco Empresa. Verifique também se durante a execução da F110 foi atribuído na aba 'parâmetros'.



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    • É verdade. É comportamento sistêmico. Achei que você tinha mencionado que o pagamento estava sendo dividido por divisão e agora relendo vi que eram as PA's, e não as contas bancárias.

      Uma vez que você possui na sua empresa a definição 'balanço por divisão' (OBY6) você irá exibir os lançamentos segmentados por essa chave. Isso inclui as contas de compensação de clientes e fornecedores, logo você jamais poderá liquidá-las sem ter saldo zero para empresa e respectivas divisões.



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