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Can F-28 not to lump sum the full payments?

Dear Experts,

I'm in the midst of customizing the layout for Official Receipt.

Our customer requires that the breakdown of the incoming payment by invoices to be printed on the official receipt.

I found out that the any full-payment made thru F-28 will be lump sum together as one single payment, instead of breakdown by invoices.

Is there anyway, we could configure that F-28 not to lump sum those full payments into one single payment?

regards,

Abraham

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    Posted on Jul 23, 2012 at 02:31 PM

    Dear Abraham,

    I don't know if I well understood Your request.

    You pay for example two invoice of 1.000 eur each.

    You pay them and You would like to have:

    001 40 0000113100 Dte Bank (domestic) 2.000,00
    002 15 0000001968 customer 1.000,00-
    003 15 0000001968 customer 1.000,00-

    and not:

    001 40 0000113100 Dte Bank (domestic) 2.000,00
    002 15 0000001968 Customer 2.000,00-

    correct?

    If Yes, please check the SAP note 69767 where You can customize transaction OBIA and OBIB or You should have different content into the structure KONTAB_1ST.

    If Your request is another one, please give me more details.

    Mauri

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