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How to reject parked vendor invoice

Hi Gurus,

Could you please let me know the process for rejecting a parked invoice in ECC6?

I have a PO created and an invoice parked for it, now when I try to reject this parked invoice through FBV6, I did not find any option there to reject the parked invoice. I followed the instructions provided in an user manual on how to reject a parked invoice, but Iam unable to find the reject button in the "parked document reject overview screen", Is it an auhorization problem?

PO(2 way match) created for 10 qty, Invoice received for 10 Qty & parked. Now i want to reject this parked invoice. I know we can even delete the parked invoice, but to test a specific scenario, i need the parked invoice to be rejected.

Regards,

Jay

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    Posted on Feb 09, 2012 at 08:34 PM

    Hi Jay,

    You can reject this by using transaction FBV6.

    Thanks,

    Jes

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    Posted on Feb 10, 2012 at 01:58 AM

    Hi,

    Within FBV6 you would find reject icon at the top of the screen. If not please check if you can do it via SHIFT+F5. If you still lack authorization you can go to transaction SU53 and share the details output of SU53 with you security team to know the table or the objet for which you are lacking the authorization.

    Hope this helps you!

    Regards,

    Prasad

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