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how to do Vendor balance manual clearing and vendor to vendor transfer in cloud 2308

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Hi Experts,

I would like to know The vendor open item clearing process and explanation in cloud system.

can anyone help me with this by giving any process flow or any links to refer and also help me with the vendor to vendor bulk open item tranfer.

Thanks in Advance,


FIN (Finance) SAP S/4HANA Cloud for Finance FIN Accounts Receivable and Payable 

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Hi Vignesh,

I recommend you to start with the “Accounts Payable” Scope Item (J60) that you can find in this link:

In the scope item you'll find the process flows, key descriptions and test scripts. Please note that the link I'm sharing is for the US, since it's a standard process you'll be able to find this scope item by country (if supported) so I would search for the specific country if you have it.

In this Test Script from this scope item you'll find the critical activities related to open item clearing process, including:

  • Open item clearing is a part of the Accounts Payable process, which lets you manage and control outstanding invoices that come from various purchasing procedures.
  • This process allows for the automatic processing of outstanding payables, providing various analytical tools for planning future payables and for analyzing payment outcomes, such as cash discount utilization and days payable outstanding.
  • Open item clearing process activities include complete supplier master data, invoice entry without purchase order, invoice payment preparation, payment run, single outgoing payment, down payments, interest calculation, periodic activities, and invoice management reporting.

One quick note… I your title you’re adding 2308… please note that the link I’m sharing is now in the version 2402 since all the systems for SAP S/4HANA Cloud Public Edition have been migrated to this version.

I hope this helps.

Ernesto Cepeda