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Park documents in F-28 & F-53

Hi,

could you please advise my below issues:

a) While using transaction codes: F-28 & F-53 park document option is not available in both t.codes. User want to park either incoming payments and out going payments. How can we park those documents, please advise !!

b) And also user want to take print copy for invoice break up for aincoming payment and out going payment. (e.g. if user make a vendor payment for 4 invoices total amount SAR:4000 through Bank, he want to take print for against 4 invoices in single screen in T.Code: F-53) Please advaise how we can take print for payment against invoices.....

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VS Rao

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Hi VS Rao,

a) While using transaction codes: F-28 & F-53 park document option is not available in both t.codes. User want to park either incoming payments and out going payments. How can we park those documents, please advise !!

There is no Parking function existed for clearing transaction , because clearing can only be done for real document, not parked document. details please refer to thread which Darrel informed you.

If you want to create a parked document, you can use FBV1 or FV50/FV60/FV70 etc.

b) And also user want to take print copy for invoice break up for aincoming payment and out going payment. (e.g. if user make a vendor payment for 4 invoices total amount SAR:4000 through Bank, he want to take print for against 4 invoices in single screen in T.Code: F-53) Please advaise how we can take print for payment against invoices.....

You can confirm BSEG-AUGBL from database table:BSEG in T-cd:SE16 for finding all invoices document that cleared by a clearing document. another way is in T-cd:FB03, display a clearing document, in menu->

enviroment->payment usage-> all the cleared documents line items can be cleared.

Hope above information is useful for you!

Best Regards,

Gladys xing

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