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can we reverse TBB1 and TPM70 (settlement)? what are the T-codes to reverse?

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  • Posted on Oct 19, 2012 at 02:55 PM

    Hi Robin,

    yes, you can reverse accounting entries, generated by TBB1. it depends how far in the process you are with certain deal of flow, as well do you need to reverse accounting of a single flow or the whole transaction.

    just an example of one possible scenario - let's say you need to reverse just a single flow of your deal:

    1. mark specific flows you intend to reverse - run trans. FTR_EDIT, choose a required deal, then select a flow in the 'Cash flow' tab and click on the 'Edit mode' button and choose an option 'Reverse';
    2. save those changes;
    3. then run trans. TPM10.

    if you need to reverse settlement (I'm not sure why do you use trans. code TPM70, as this is special security valuation) as an activity, you should use also FTR_EDIT or FTR_00 and choose 'Reverse'.

    Best regards,

    Renatas

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      I have the same issue that Robin, as we are unable to reverse specific posting without resersing the entire deal ( which really want to avoid, as some of our transactions have posting in the past that are correct).

      In FTR_EDIT, i do not have the "reverse flow" option. May I know what should be done to have it?

      Thanks a lot.

      Samia.

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2014 at 01:23 AM

    Hi,

    Please use TM42 to reverse the cash flows in the Cash Flows tab and save it. Then use TPM10 to perform the reversal for the FI documents.

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