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Service Entry Sheet Issue

Hi,

We create a Service Entry Sheet XXXXXXXXXX but by user mistake, it has been deleted...

I think deleted Entry Sheet cann't revoke. Is it possible to Revoke???

If cann't revoke, what is the best solution....Create New Service Entry Sheet against same PO or Short Close of PO.

Also let me know, what should be accounting impact in case of create new Service Entry Sheet???

Please guide..

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    Sep 05, 2012 at 05:37 AM

    Hi ,

    You cannot revoke the deleted SES. Try to post it again in same date.

    Entries at time of SES Creation:

    Expense A/c : Db

    GR / IR Clearing A/C : Cr

    Reversal :

    Expense A/c : Cr

    GR / IR Clearing A/C : Db

    In your case do chk if  reversal date is same as of posting date .

    Sachin

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    • Hi Anil,

      As per the screenshot, there are two transaction entries, BNG (Invoiced but not yet delivered) and GNB (Delivered but not yet invoiced). Also, there are two G/L accounts 7310500 and 7310510, so the net effect is not zero. Balance 16,500 is pending in 7310500 G/L account as debit and in 7310510 G/L account as credit.

      Can you list the steps with transaction code which you used in reference with the PO 26003572.

  • Sep 05, 2012 at 05:17 AM

    Hi Anil,

    In standard system, it is not possible to revoke deleted service entry sheet. Yes, you have to create new service entry sheet for the same PO, short close of PO is not required. After deletion of the service entry sheet, accounting entries will get reversed, you can check this in PO under 'PO History' tab.

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    • Hi Anil,

      As you delete the service entry sheet, system generates 102 document, which is reversal for the 101 document. So, in 102 document system reverse the accounting entries posted in 101 document. Thus, the net accounting impact will be zero.