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FTR_EDIT/CHANGE: Reverse Flow is in ‘Grey’ mode, TPM10 is not available...

Dear Experts,

Currently we have done Settlement (TBB1) and made FI Posting for certain Transactions.

If we want to reverse the previous FI Posting that is done through TBB1, in FTR_EDIT, in change mode, under Cash Flow tab, when we choose the flow, we have an option to Edit the flow as well as Reverse the flow.

In here we will reverse the flow, but the ‘Reverse’ button is in ‘Grey’ mode, hence it is not available to change the flow, and of course to reverse further using TPM10.

Kindly need your advice to resolve this issue... Many thanks in advance.

Best Regards,


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  • Posted on Jul 30, 2012 at 07:26 PM

    Hello Vincent,

    Has the item item that you are trying to reverse been cleared against another posting: i.e. a cash account clearing? Thus, it would also need to be reversed. Or has there been a subsequent posting that needs to be cleared first?



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    • Former Member Lisa Savinovich

      Hi Lisa,

      Thanks for your helpful answer..!

      It seems that your workaround mentioned above is applicable for the transaction that contains only 1 line item.., since in my case the button is in 'Grey' mode (?)

      In case of the Transaction contains more than 1 line item (FI Posting) that are related to several Flows, we need to reverse using FTR_EDIT/CHANGE, and in my case the button is no longer in 'Grey' mode, and followed by TPM10...

      Anyway, from the time being I still need several simulation in order to get alternative solution to fix this issue and will let you know..

      Thank you very much for your kind attention..

      Best Regards,


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