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Interface w/3rd Party Vendor and SAP MIRO Transaction is causing a payment.

All,

We recently started using a 3rd party vendor to process AP invoices. The invoices come in on a file and are then loaded into our SAP system. We have a few invioices with small differences that are not outside the tolerance limits we've established. They seem to handle the automatic posting of small differences just fine. The problem is they are genrating a Block Payment "R". I've looked at the tolerance limits and the order seem fine but I'm puzzled as to why the block payment was in place. Here are the tolerance limit codes we've been using:

PP - Price variance $1000 or 10%

LA - Blanket Ordersd $1000 or 10%

DW - Quantity variance check - 0

DQ - Quantity Variance check - 0

BW - Percentage OPUNVAR(GR before IR) - 10%

BR - - Percentage OPUNVAR(IR before GR) - 10%

BD - Form small differences automatically .50

Can you advise if one of these is causing the "R" block on the posted invoice which is preventing the payment?

Thanks in advance for your help,

Dan G.

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2012 at 05:00 PM

    Hi

    This payment block might have defaulted from MM side (like block defaulted in payment terms used in po)

    Check in OB27 whether check box is active for Change in pay prog

    If it is active you can remove the block while payment by editing you proposal

    Reg

    Vishnu

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    Posted on Feb 03, 2012 at 07:13 PM

    Thanks for all the help.

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