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When you check cash flow via T-code: FNVS, you will get different results when you press radio buttons “Display cash flow” and “Calculate cash flow” respectively.

This is because if you press the display cash flow button, you get the cash flow stored in the database (in table VDBEPP). If you calculate the cash flow it is calculated with the actual values and settings. If there are differences, the cash flow in table VDBEPP is not actual. There can be several reasons for this:

·         If you use a reference interest rate you have to run an update of the planned records (transaction FNRB) regularly to get the cash flow with the actual interest rates on the database. 

·         If you have loans in foreign currencies you have to do the same to get the correct values in local currency. 

·         In table VDBEPP you have only the entries for the cash management update period in years you have defined in the customizing settings(Company Code-Dependent Settings for Product Type). If you press the calculate cash flow button you get the cash flow up to the date of end of fixed period. 

·         You have created the contract several years ago and you have not made an update of the cash flow. In this case you will have no planned records on the database after the end of the first update period.

You can run an update of the planned records with T-code: FNRB. The recommended parameters are as below:

Company Code
Product Type
Contract Number
Contract Currency

Only Disbursed Loans                           => not selected

Selection of loans by currency and interest calc.type:
LC loans with reference rate                 => selected
LC loans with other interest calculation => selected
LC loans with reference rate                 => selected
FC loans with other interest calculation => selected

Loans Acc.to Plan Principle                   => selected
Loans Acc.to Actual Principle                => selected

Only display loans not updated             => not selected

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