Recording incoming payments keeps the balance sheet and financial information current at a company. In this video, analyze how to post incoming payments in SAP using transaction code F-28.
- [Narrator] Now, we've sent an invoice to our customer, … and they've sent payment. … Let's post an incoming payment to our bank in SAP. … To do this, we'll enter transaction code F-28, … and press Enter. … We're now in the Post Incoming Payments transaction. … First, we need to enter the Document Date. … We'll open the calender and select today. … The next field is the document Type. … This is defaulted to code DZ, … which stands for customer payment. … That's exactly what we're trying to do, … post an incoming customer payment. … We'll leave this field alone. … Our Company Code is defaulted to 1710, … and Currency is defaulted to USD, for U.S. Dollars, … because that's the Company Code and Currency … we've been working in. … The Posting Date field is auto-populated with today's date. … This is editable, but because we want the invoice … to post today, we'll leave it as the default. … All other fields in the header are optional, … so we'll head down to the Bank data area. … In the Account field we want to enter …
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