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Differences between FD33 and FBL5N

Updated May 18, 2018

What is the differences between FD33 and FBL5N?

The open items amount in FD33 receivables amount and FBL5N do not match.

  • The user first executes FD33 for the customer credit control area. Later verifies the amount which is stored in the receivables field;
  • User executes the FBL5N meant for the customer for checking the total open items, and then compares this value with the one stored in FD33.


  • 20 Jun 2017 4:13 pm Sonia Barwar Helpful Answer

    This disparity occurs primarily due to:

    • Customer line items are listed along with the disputed reason codes, and these are not considered in receivables.
    • Inconsistences are present in KNKK table (credit management).
  • 20 Jun 2017 4:14 pm Sonia Barwar Helpful Answer

    The report for RFCORR40 is executed via SE38, meant for the affected credit control area, the flag "item data" has to be selected.

    Customer line items along with disputed reason codes are not considered in total receivables of credit management, you will be able to view the output of the report X in "Dspt" column for all those items.

    Post execution of the report, no items are found with disputed reason code, then program RFDKLI20  should be executed for fixing the inconsistence.