SAP: F110 Problem – Company Codes #/# do not Appear in Proposal

In SAP, T-code F110 allows to you process Payment Proposals and Payment Runs. Sometimes you might come across the error message “Company codes ####/#### do not appear in proposal [date] [proposal ID]; correct”. This basically means that the Proposal run isn’t finding any invoices that can be paid.

In some cases, you may not get that error message, but your vendor isn’t showing up in the Proposal.

Here are several things that you can check to troubleshoot this problem:

  1. Make sure the Vendor (or the invoice) has the same Payment Method your using in your Proposal – use XK03 or FK03 to view the vendor
  2. In the Parameters, make sure you have specified the vendor or a range of vendors that includes yours
  3. Make sure there is no payment block on the vendor (including FK08 confirmations for sensitive fields)
  4. Make sure the vendor doesn’t have a Debit balance
  5. Make sure there isn’t a payment block on the invoices you want to pay
  6. Make sure that the invoices that aren’t blocked don’t have a Debit balance
  7. Make sure the Vendor is NOT in an EXISTING PROPOSAL

That last one got me while doing some Payment Method testing.  We checked everything we could think of, and it came down to #7.

Hope that helps!



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3 Responses to SAP: F110 Problem – Company Codes #/# do not Appear in Proposal

  1. DRAGOS January 19, 2012 at 9:16 am #

    Dear Byron,

    I read your hints about F110 and I would like to add two new tips:)
    If several bank accounts exist in a customer or vendor master record, you need to assign different keys for these accounts. When creating multiple FI documents for the same customer/vendor where you got multiple IBAN’s or accounts in the master data you have to assign the same Partner Bank Type keys in all documents in order that all overdue documents bto be grouped toghether for payment.

    Also…if you use one time vendors/customer and you need to pay at least two invoices of the same customer/supplier you have to make sure every field in the master records is identical …or will not group them for payment ( you gonna have to make a proposal for each supplier one by one )

    • byron January 19, 2012 at 9:33 am #

      Hi Dragos,

      Thanks for the additional tips…very helpful!


  2. Tess February 20, 2012 at 4:59 am #

    Hi Byron,
    I encountered this error. Should I look only in the proposal lists from the same company code?

    Thanks for helping me out.

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