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The difference is too large for clearing - OBA4

Hi All,

After posting the manual bank statment, we are getting this error in SM35 - The difference is too large for clearing.

The difference is too large for clearing

Message no FS263

Diagnosis

A non-assigned diference exists for the specified clearing amount. The difference for an authomatic difference for an automatic diference posting must not be greater than the difference permitted for the user, not greater than the difference permitted for the tolerance group that is contained in the customer/vendor master record.

System Response

It is not possible to automatically charge off the difference.

Procedure

You can charge off the difference manually using the function "clear difference". You define the upper limit for automatically clearing difference in the tolerance group assigned to user.

Change tolerance group for user.

Now we have checked that tolerancec group is already defined in t code OBA4.

Kindly suggest

Thanks & Regards

Deepak

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  • Posted on Jun 06, 2012 at 09:47 AM

    Pls make sure you are selecting the correct debit and correct amount. This error generally occurs when you select both debit or credit values while clearing. Pls select one debit and one credit transaction of the same amount for clearing.

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    • Dear Expert

      97309 SAPF124: Error message F5263, F5071

      Check the following note if you are below 4.7

      Note 323102 - F5263 with batch input, items not active

      Otherwise, you can go and manually post them through transaction code

      FEBA_BANK_STATEMENT

      Regards

      Ajeesh.s

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