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Exchange revaluation for open item

I am preparing the exchange revaluation on vendor and customer open item . When I do the test run , a report shows a correct revalued amount . But after tick the creat posting and bs rev. In the fist tab , there is nothing posted to the adjustment account .

Should be do something wrong for the posting ?

If I only tick for " create posting " only, should I do to sm35 to released the posting ? How to do that.

Thx for advise

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    Posted on May 04, 2012 at 04:08 PM

    You are right. It creates a batch that needs to be posted. Go to SM35 and select the batch session name you have given in F.05 and process it. Then it will post to the accounts.


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      Many thx for your help

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      1. Can you show me in detail for the correct step for the excution of f.50 for vendor open for example?

      2. I Remember that a doc no has been generated during " create posting" but I forgot this no , how can I found this doc again? Can I posted this doc ? Because I go to sm35 ,I cannot found the transaction even using my user name , can give me some advise again?


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