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EBS: Posting Rule Z999 cannot find in configuration

Good Morning SAP Gurus-

A consultant left our company abruptly and configured posting rule Z999 for EBS. I see in configuration where several transaction types are assigned to this posting rule but do not see Z999 defined. It is causing wrong posting that must be corrected.

Any idea where/ what is happening?

Thank you.

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    Posted on Apr 27, 2012 at 05:44 AM

    Hi,

    Here are the steps in menu path Financial Accounting> Bank Accounting> Business Transactions> Payment Transactions> Electronic Bank Statement> Make Global Settings for Electronic BS

    - Under your chart of accounts;

    1. Define Posting Rule > make sure that Z999 is created here. Get the Account Symbols assinged to Z999

    2. Create Account Symbols> make sure that the symbols assigned to Z999 exists here. But I'm sure they exists co'z otherwise they can't be assigned

    3. Assign accounts to symbols> make sure that a GL account (or masking) is set up here

    4. Create Transaction Type> Highlight the Transaction Type your company is using (normally transaction type is per bank but depends on your set up)

    5. Assign External Trans Type to Posting Rules> make sure that postig rule Z999 is assigned to external transaction types. External Transaciton Types represent the bank transaction codes ex. 011 may represent a bank debit memo and the posting rule assigned to it would dictate as to what account will be debited or credited.

    Hope this helps.

    Chaikaru

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