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PAYR fields missing in FBL3N - ECC 6.0

Hi Experts,

We are upgrading from ECC 5.0 to ECC 6.0 EHP5.

In ECC 5.0 we had configured few fields form the PAYR table as special fields to be available to include on the GL line item report (FBL3N). However, in the ECC 6.0 these fields are no longer available for inclusion although the configuration of special fields remains as it is.

Is there some kind of regeneration required to make these fields available for reporting?

Please let me know. Thank you.


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    Posted on Apr 26, 2012 at 04:21 AM

    Hi Vishal,

    Useful Programs :- Extend V_T021S is RFPOSXEXTEND ( SAP Note Number 947573) & Ref SAP note :- 215798


    To correct this inconsistency, perform the following steps:

      1. The special field must exist in the table T021S. Use the following path to check this:

    Transaction SPRO - > Financial Accounting - > Accounts Receivable and Accounts Payable -> Customer Accounts -> Line Items -> Display Line Items -> Define Additional Fields for Line Item Display.
      2. Use transaction SE11 to check whether the special field exists in the structure RFPOSXEXT. The actual field name starts with 'U_' here; for example U_EBELN. If this field is missing, use transaction SE38 to start the program RFPOSXEXTEND. The program regenerates the structure RFPOSXEXT and corrects the inconsistency as a result.
      3. To correct the buffer inconsistency, execute the report BALVBUFDEL with the option to reset EUINFO/LTDX only on all application servers. To execute the report safely, you must have at least the following Basis Support Packages in your system:



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