Re: [sap-acct] Validation for FI document

Posted by VidhyaDhar (User-friendly SAP FI Consultant)
on Jul 12 at 5:08 AM

Validation at document level uses numeric functions such as sum() , min(),
max() etc. Try writing your validation at line item level ( call up point
should be at line item level).

Yet , there is something I fail to understand. What exactly is your

If your Prerequisite namely Document Type = "TD" turns out to be true

and the check includes a set of G L Accounts as defined in your set ( True)

Then what it is it that you want to do? What is the message you want to
issue ?

If both pre requisite and check are true, then there is no validation.

Validation issues a message if and only if the pre requisite is true and
check is false. But your validation procedure has a both the pre requisite
and check as true. Moreover, you have written it at document level ( which
is usually used only where there are numeric functions involved).



---------------Original Message---------------
From: Konstantinos Kark
Sent: Tuesday, July 12, 2011 4:27 AM
Subject: Validation for FI document

Hello experts.

I want to create a validation step for document types TD, to contain only specific accounts.
I write in ggb0 (FI - complete document):
Prerequisite# BKPF-BLART = 'TD'
where IAS_TXDF a set of accounts that I created in GS02 (BSEG table, HKONT field).

The system shows that there is a syntax error, but I can't understand what is wrong!

Any help?

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