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Re: [sap-acct] Intercompany postings

Posted by Roy B (SAP Financials Expert)
on 08/10/2008 05:23:00 PM

If it works, it works. A duumy bank account or a dummy house
bank gives the same effect.
Rgds, Roy
mmonroe via sap-acct wrote:
> Hi Roy,
> I am able to do what you suggest – create two payment methods, etc. From there I am able to run F110 and get the customer and vendor items to net out and post to a current account even with a trading partner as well. When I do this, however, I do need to specify a house bank and bank account in bank determiniation. I am not able to have the payment method post to a current account without the underlying banking configuration. Is that possible? If not, do you suggest creating a dummy house bank for netting or just creating a dummy account and attaching to an existing house bank. I did the later.
> Many thanks for your help.
> Mark
> —–Original Message—–
> This is because those accounts are reconciliation accounts, and by configuration they can�t be posted directly just trought vendors and/or customer accounts.
> Best regards 😀
> Date: Wed, 9 Apr 2008 14:17:24 -0700From: email@removed : [sap-acct] Intercompany postingsTo: email@removedHi All, We want to eliminate the payables and receivables balances across two company codes. we are trying to post cr to receviables acct and dr to payables acct through fb01, however system is giving a message saying that “Account Code cannot be directly posted”. Please note that these two GL’s are in two diff company codes. Any suggestions pleases, its urgent. Rgds MAhe

Roy Brookes AFA, FInstBA,
Senior SAP Financials Consultant
Tel: +49 171 268 9635 (mobile)
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