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How to execute a payment by F110 without using a special ledger indicator?

Hi All,

I've the follow issue: I've to do a payment to a vendor by t.code F110, before the posting of the invoice.

Could anyone suggest me a solution without using a special ledger indicator?

Thanks

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 02:56 PM

    Hi you can try in f-43 or fb60.posting vendor invoice.after we will run to app in f100

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2012 at 06:11 PM

    Giulio,

    F110 or APP runs on the basis of parameters that you enter and proposal that is generated by the system. If there is nothing in the system, how can you system generate a proposal and subsequently make a payment? You need to have a invoice or down payment request in order to process payments through F110.

    From business perspective I am not sure about your scenario but I will try to make a wild guess..there could be situations when you have to make a vendor payment asap and you may not have received a physical invoice. In such situations business may not want the payments to be posted as down payments nor they may want to post the invoice until it has been received. So in these circumstances, you will have to post manual payments in SAP, make the payment to your vendor either by a manual check (outside SAP) or bank transfer by logging to bank's website and later when the invoice is available-clear the manual payment document against this invoice manually.

    Thanks,

    Avinash

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