The example here will show how to use the loop feature to invoices with multiple line items from an Excel file into SAP. The FB60 transaction is very similar to the FV60 Park Invoice transaction, and the steps shown here can also be used for that transaction. Note: For most transactions, the default mode is Standard, and the Winshuttle Function Module WFM selects the optimum mode for the t-code that is being recorded. Non-Batch modes are necessary for downloading information from SAP transactions, or for Finance or HR transactions in which there are Dynamic Actions executing or user parameter values being used; otherwise, if you do not have access to Non-Batch modes, you can try recording in Batch Mode.

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What is the max number of lines for an FB60 transaction? Does it hold 9, lines or is the max number of lines lower than that? From: Michael Carter via sap-acct [mailto:sap-acct Groups. Is this limit configurable to increase higher than ?

In testing this, when I get to the end around lines, I got the warning, "You are entering line item 9XX, a maximum of line items are defined" How do I get around that? Hi Michael, minus the vendor and automatic postings positions taxes, intercompany, etc.

Saludos, Anton. The limit is also affected by tax line items. Regards, Thom. Is it the same line limitation or is it different because there are purchase orders? The line limit has been the standard in SAP for all financial document types. From: sap-acct Groups. I dont think there is a work around that. The majority of systems will only have a maximum of pay items which can be booked, any system I ever have installed I cut off at You cannot do anything about this. I think the question should be how do we get SAP to address this and make it larger?

For those of us on very large SAP installs this always presents issues. I think SAP's thinking is, if you are posting a journal entry with lines greater than , you aren't using the system right. That can be argued of course. If it's a matter of an interface, most companies use an 'overflow document' and post the remaining lines on a separate journal entry and link the two together via the ref field.

Or, if it's a matter of posting to multiple CO objects, and not accounts, than the thinking is it should be posted to, for example, a 'pooled' cost center and allocated in CO using distributions, assessments, activity allocations, etc.

Hi Dan, I have been following this thread but have also been distracted by other things, which is why I have not answered. In ECC 6. This is then used as a temporary account where SAP stores a balance when a document runs over lines. SAP then creates multiple documents for the same transaction up to lines, a big advance on You can do a lot from there but can also do damage.

Hope this helps. Brookes RoyBrookes. Brookes Hamburg. Thanks for this info. We are currently implementing 6. I do have one more question on this topic. Can this transaction be used for the posting of customer incoming payments. We get very large checks from customers with line items exceeding 14, with more than deductions on them. One other thing is our company are using the zoption upload spreadsheet and interface which allows you to post as many lines as you want as it automatically it use the same load balancing account method.

Hi Linda, Let me look into options on F Roy - my grandpa - thanks for the assist. One more comment.. Sorry I just picked the discussion now.

Why do you not try to group your postings if possible by controlling element cost center, io, wbs number. I don't dare to think that you will have one controling element by line. You should be able to reduce the number of line if you use a line grouping logic. I did that in the past for postings coming from an external interface to sap via idocs. Good luck. Good idea and I had forgotten about it. I dont dare to think that you will have one controling element by line.

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Daniel Gene Magni. January 22, AM. January 22, PM. Roy Brookes. January 23, AM. Roy, Thanks for this info. Thanks Linda One other thing is our company are using the zoption upload spreadsheet and interface which allows you to post as many lines as you want as it automatically it use the same load balancing account method regards Ross Lithgow.

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FB60 SAP tcode - Enter Incoming Invoices

Below for your convenience is a few details about this tcode including any standard documentation available. In-order to use this transaction within your SAP system simply enter it into the command input box located in the top left hand corner and press enter. Here are a few additional command options available to use when doing this. FB60 Screenshot Loading Screenshot To see what authorisation objects this and any transaction checks use SU A report of all authorisations checked will then be displayed along with it's result


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