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Posting Invoice Batches

Posting Invoice Batches

Concept

After you process batch invoices, you must post them to the general ledger. You can post invoices to the general ledger using the Invoice Journal Review program (P0011).

 

Alternatively, you can complete processing options in the Batch Invoice Processor program (R03B11Z1A) to post processed batch invoices automatically at the time of processing, as follows:

• Enter 1 in the Batch Status processing option on the Defaults tab to automatically set the status of the processed batch to Approved.

• Enter a version of the General Ledger Post program (R09801) in the corresponding processing option on the Versions tab.

Procedure

In this task, you will post invoices to the general ledger and verify the posting for accuracy by reviewing the General Ledger Post Report.

Step Action
Navigate to the Invoice Journal Review program (P0011) on the Customer Invoice Entry menu (G03B11).

Click the Customer Invoice Entry menu.

Click the Invoice Journal Review menu.

Use the Work With Batches form to review, approve, and post invoices batches.
Click in the Batch Number field.

Enter the desired information into the Batch Number field. Enter “18683“.
Click the Find button.

You can only post an invoice that has previously been approved.

Click the 18683 option.

Click the Row button.

Click the Post by Batch menu.

Use the Printer Selection form to identify printer information for the report. In your work environment, the printer settings will be different.
Click the OK button.

Click the Posted Batches option.

Click the Find button.

The batch is posted.
Next, review the General Ledger Post Report.

Click the Form button.

Click the Submitted Jobs menu.

Use the Submitted Job Search form to locate and review a job.
Select the version of the Invoice Post that you just ran.

Click the R09801_ZJDE0006 link.

Review the General Ledger Post report.
You have successfully posted invoices to the general ledger and verified the posting for accuracy by reviewing the General Ledger Post Report.

End of Procedure.

Ayman Refat
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