What is the significance of the T-code zfi_cashbal?

In the previous system, we had SO/BO summary, SO/BO slip and HO/SO/BO Daily account was included with cash, stamp and BO balances.

After introducing CSI, there are no such summaries. Daily account is included with physical cash only.

In CSI, there are 3 concepts of cash.

1. DOP cash - The cash which is dealt by the treasurer or the cash of treasurer.

2. POS cash - The cash which is handled by counters or the cash of counters.

3. Transit cash - The cash which is on transit (From HO/SO/BO or To HO/SO/BO).

Here comes the question of how to confirm the tally of account daily and monthly?

We have a T-code ZFI_CASHBAL to check the POS Cash balance on daily/weekly/monthly basis. When the DOP Cash is tallied with physical cash and POS Cash becomes ZERO then, your account has considered tallied. Sometimes due to network problems, there will be a delay in the daily sync process. So, it takes time to update.

Check POS cash balance

Go to SAP, type the t code ZFI_CASHBAL. The below screen will appear.

What is the significance of the T-code zfi_cashbal?

Enter the following details,

GL codePOS Cash GL code i.e 486700011
Profit Center No.Profit center number of your office.
Posting dateYou can enter from and to date(I have taken the date from 01/10 to 18/10)

Now click on Execute. The below image will pop up.

What is the significance of the T-code zfi_cashbal?

You can see on the above screen, from 01 to 15th the POS Cash is zero but on 16th and 17th, there are some huge amounts in POS cash. So, this happens when there is a,

1. failure in syncing.

2. something wrong with voucher posting.

You should keep on checking ZFI_CASHBAL for a few days until it gets zero. If not, there may be something wrong with voucher posting. Be careful while posting the vouchers. If the same problem persists for a long time then you can raise the ticket to TCS for resolution.

Further, the DOP cash becomes short or excess for some amount which is in POS cash, then you should adjust the POS cash along with the DOP cash.

Case 1: If the POS Cash is negative (Eg. -230)

Go to SAP, type the T-code F-02. You can refer to our previous article MMT/WUMT or Cash Conveyance Payment in SAP module

Pkey40
AccountPOS Cash - 486700011
Pkey50
AccountDOP Cash - 486700010

When you perform this method, DOP cash gets decreased by 230 and POS cash becomes zero.

Case 2: If the POS Cash is positive (Eg. +230)

Go to SAP, type the T-code F-02.

Pkey40
AccountDOP Cash - 486700010
Pkey50
AccountPOS Cash - 486700011

When you perform this method, DOP cash gets increased by 230 and POS cash becomes zero.

Thanks for reading!

Do you want a procedure to be on Postal Basics?
Please upload relevant screenshots so that we can write articles on them.
Use Snip tool or Press Print Scr & Paste on Paint.

Upload Screenshots

Comments

Like us to get updates

Share it with friends