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Blocking payment in vendor master,

Former Member
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Dear All,

Please explain me how to block vendor payment in vendor master,

thanks

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Former Member
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Hi,

You can set in vendor master Accounting view -->Payment block.

But usually based on the payment terms the vendor payment get blocked. Maintain the terms of payments in vendor master . PO document.

while IV the terms of payment check the vendor Invoice date & payment date. if not meture then payment get blocked.

SAM

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Answers (3)

Former Member
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thanks

Former Member
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Hi,

Using T-code XK02 - Change Vendor, give input data as follows.

Vendor code : _______

Company code : ________

Pur.org : _______

after given input data and the below all options are ticked and then enter key pressed.

In payment data screen Automatic Payment transitions tab below options Payment Block __ select input data 'B' Blocked for Payment and then press SAVE button.

Now,payment entry made that particular vendor is not able to doing payment and error message (red color) Payment blocked for the vendor displayed.

Hope, it is useful for you and resolve your issue.

Regards,

K.Rajendran

erika_szanto
Employee
Employee
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Hi,

you can set it in the vendor master record on screen 'Payment transactions Accounting'

For your information reffering to the IV process, payment block and payment method is derived from

payment term instead of vendor master. Please check with OBB8, " pmnt

block/ pmnt method default".

For more information about this, please refer to the notes 322430

and 177224.

If the vendor is blocked, automatic payment program (F110) will not

pay the vendor during the payment run. You can find more information in

F1 help of "payment block" field in master data (LFB1-ZAHLS).

MIRO is strictly PO-bases, the payment terms are copied from the PO

rather than from the vendor master. The business reason is, that the PO

represents the contract between vendor and customer including the terms

of payment.

Best regards

Erika