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Posting date in parked documents

Former Member
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Hi,

There is a requirment, when a user parks document it is saved at that date, now at the time of posting it takes the posting date as the date at which invoice was parked. We want it take the date at which it will be posted. Is it possible?

Please guide

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atif_farooq
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Dear:

If your requirement relates to the parked documents in FI then it can be meet with ease. Please follow

SPRO....Financial Accounting (new)....Financial Accounting Global Standards...Documents...Document parking....In 1st option for date please go in it and assign 1 for your company codes. Now every time when you will post a document parked in previous dates the system will post it with current date. Please note that this configuration applies to non enjoy transaction. In enjoy transactions like FB70 user can change the posting date while posting a parked document as well. Revert back

Regards

Former Member
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How can i implement the requirment on enjoy transactions as well. Any further response please.

sanilbhandari
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Hi

You will have to write a validation rule with the logic Posting Date = System Date

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Sanil Bhandari

atif_farooq
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Dear:

Please go to GGB0.

Define validation at document header level .

In STEP write down t code you want this check on and in CHECK write BKPF-BUDAT < SYST-DATUM

In MESSAGE write the message description you want and assign it with type E and save it. Assign validation in OB28 . It will do the needful for you.

Regards

Former Member
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Thankyou so much. Now it is working for all T codes i gave in.

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Answers (2)

Former Member
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Hi,

Please go and check the config for parked docs in FI-FI Global settings-Document-Document Parking-Change posting date for Parking Documents.In this chose option 1 and you can achive desired result.

Good luck

Former Member
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Edited by: Calappa KM on Jun 20, 2011 4:54 PM

Answered already

Edited by: Calappa KM on Jun 20, 2011 4:54 PM