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Issue in Process Manual Bank Statement thru FF67

Hi,

Thru Tcode FF67, user has posted the entries in wrongly another House Bank...

How to reverse this or Delete it...It is advisable or not???

If we delete the entries thru Report RFEBKA96, then what is the impact of this...

Note: - How can we restrict user to select only their House Bank and post entries...

Please guide...

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2012 at 07:51 AM

    Hi Anil,

    Delete the Bank statement ,if user updated in FF67 but not reconciled ( There is no clearing documents)

    Go to SA38 > RFEBKA96 > Application 0001 > Execute where you can find several statements > Find correct statement delete the same.

    Reset and Reverse the entries with using of FBRA ,if Bank statement uploaded in FF67 and Posted entries in Finance. After reversing all entries ,you have delete the bank statement as suggested above.

    Rgds

    Mani

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    Posted on Apr 26, 2012 at 10:28 AM

    Again go to FF67 enter all details of house bank and statement which you want to reset.

    (You can also click on Overview and view the incorrect upload and postings made and click on transfer to copy the details and then delete and reset).

    On menu bar in bank statement option ---> Deletion indicator--->set and then reset.

    Will reset all postings and effects.

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