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BTE for GL Transfer in IHC - T-code F9HI

Hi IHC Gurus,

We are using In-House Cash module for Internal (Inter-company) payments. The process works as follows:

1. We run F110 for Inter-company invoices. This creates an IDOC which in turn creates a Payment order in In-hosue cash.

2. The payment orders when posted, update the IHC accounts of the subsidiaries and Head office.

3. At the end of the day, we do GL transfer (t-code F9HI) and this will update the GL of Head office where IHC resides.

There are situations where the IDOC is creted at the end of the month but the GL transfer happens during the new period. For example we run F110 on May 31, 2012. But the GL Transfer is done during the first week of June. But since the old period, May 2012 in this example, is closed, the system does not allow "GL Transfer for the reason 'Period 005, 2012' is not open.

In such a situation we want to change the 'Posting date' for GL Transfer from May to June. Is there a specific BTE which gets triggered before the GL posting in F9HI?

Appreciate your help.

Kalyan.

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    Posted on Jun 13, 2012 at 09:59 PM

    Hi Kalyan

    At the end of each day you have to run the update of the GL with transaction F9HI. This is really a daily process because the outstanding balances of your subledger In-House Cash are written to the G/L. Especially if you have payments of behalf or incoming payments on behalf then your procedure would lead to inconsistency between subledger and general ledger. If in the subledger of In-House Cash you have e.g. an amount of USD 1 mio belonging to an affiliate in your books this has to be shown as a liability.

    Therefore I recommend to run the transactions F9HL and also F9HI.

    Regards

    Juerg Heiz

    juerg.heiz@treascon.com

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