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BSEG-SGTXT to REGUP-SGTXT changes not update after made Payment

Hi Frds,

My user after made payment they r entering TT no on Header Ref field and line item text field after taking the payment list print out form.

here the problem is in payment list showing before make payment they entered some text (* jkdjfd) that text shown on payment list,but after made payment which they enterd in text header ref. field and item text field it is not updated shown only earlier text.changes updated in vendor master record but it is not updated in f110 payment list.can please help anybody..

Advance to i appricate ur help.


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  • Posted on Aug 20, 2012 at 02:04 PM


    If you want to have SGTXT from the invoice in the payment transfer medium you have to write a "*" in front of the SGTXT from the invoice.
    In this case the value from SGTXT is taken into REGUP-SGTXT and can be used for the payment medium.
    BSEG-SGTXT = Test
    should instead look like
    BSEG-SGTXT = *Test

    However, the same text will not appear in the line item text of the payment document. Please check note 3652.
    The field BSEG-SGTXT is not filled into the payment/clearing document by F110 because a payment document can be used to pay a lot of invoices and in this situation the payment program will not know from which of the many invoices the BSEG-SGTXT should be taken from.

    If you want to see the same text in the payment document:

    One solution would be to create a substitution. You can create a substitution in accounting documents at callup point 2 to fill SGTXT with the vendor code LIFNR for example.

    If you want to have the SGTXT copied from the invoice you could create a clearing rule for SGTXT.



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