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Manual transaction Print doc not in DBERDL

Dear Gurus

While I am doing manual transaction through FPE1 Vat payable a/c and Add.vat payable a/c I used main/sub 6100/0011, 6100/0053 and 6100/0054, these are stored in DFKKOP table. Automatic Vat payable and Add.vat payable a/c stored in DBERDL table. Why its stored different tables, as per my requirement both should be in Same bale (DBERDL) how can I configure like that.

Ex: If I go to se 16 table DBERDL Print doc with Main and sub execution I can get output with all the main and sub transactions except 6100/xxxx combination why? Why this combination stored in DFKKOP table?

Can I update all the values in single table DDERDL pritn doc table?

Yours

AB

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    Posted on Jun 06, 2012 at 01:34 AM

    Hi Shaik Abash,

    Have you checked table DBERDLB ? Because all print document line item will be strored in different tables not in single the table. Please find the below tables for print document line items.

    DBERDL Print Document Line Items DBERDLB Reference of a Print Doc. Line Item to a Bill.Doc. Line Item DBERDR DB Table: Discount Lines - Print Document DBERDTAX Tax Indicator Information for a Print Document DBERDU Conversion Steps per Billing Line Item DBERDZ DB Table: Individ. Lines - Print Document

    Hope its helpful

    Regards,

    Rajesh

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