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Percentage in installment repayment condition

Dear Expert,

I am not getting percentage radio button display in condition list of installment repayment for product category 550.

In the configuration , Calc. Category TTRA is defined for installment repayment flow type - 1130

Is there any sap note that needs to be implemented?

Please suggest.

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Abhishek

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    Posted on Jan 03, 2013 at 10:18 AM

    Dear Abhisek,

    what is your release/SP level?

    Please check if note 1644463 is applicable (and do not care about the description,

    it will solve an issue with this screen as well).

    Afterwards, there should not be a radiobutton, but rather an additional

    field 'Percentage Rate' in the installment repayment detail screen

    (changed behaviour with EhP5).

    Hope this helps,

    Marie

    SAP TRM

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      Hi Marie,

      Now the system is upgraded to EHP 6, but still I am not getting percentage rate field in installment repayment condition view (condition type - 1130) for interest rate instrument.

      Please suggest...

      Thanks,

      Abhishek

  • Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 11:28 PM

    Hi Everyone,

    According to SAP, percentage & amount radio buttons are no longer available in EHP 6. But my question is, assuming I will do an interest rate instrument restructuring from installment repayment by percentage to installment repayment in fix amounts, how do you go about it? If initial installment repayment is in fix amount, I can easily shift to percentage by just putting "0" in the amount field then it will automatically shift to percentage but I'm not able to this the other way around.

    Appreciate your help on this. 😊

    Regards,

    Chaikaru

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