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Hello Friends,

My name is Chandresh sharing one the document I come across, may be useful for all other consultants.

Please find the attached document or Cash Position – FF7A

FF7ACash Position


The cash position gives information on the current financial situation in your bank accounts and bank clearing accounts.

The cash position displays the activity in your bank accounts. It is derived from the prompt entry (on their value date) of all payments made within a short period of time. Data is supplied from three sources:

  1. 1. FI postings to the G/L accounts relevant to Cash Management
  2. 2. Memo records entered manually
  3. 3. Cashflows from transactions managed in the Treasury Management component


There are postings made in the bank clearing accounts.

Such as Check received from customers, check payments made to vendors.

Manual Planning done to reflect short term loan.

The bank balance is displayed based on the value dates.


Planning levels updated in the Bank GL account master. Postings done in the bank clearing accounts.

Menu Path

Accounting → Treasury  → Cash Management  → Information System  → Reports for Cash Management → Liquidity Analyses → FF7A – Cash Position

Transaction Code


  1. Double click on FF7A – Cash Position.


  1. 2.       Update the following fields:

Field Name

Field Description


Company code

Company code number



The grouping specifies which levels and accounts, or planning groups, the system should select for the cash position


Display as of

Specifies the start date for the cash position and liquidity forecast.

  1. 14.07.2006


Code identifying the type of currency used in a transaction or for all transactions pertaining to a specific account



  3.         Click execute button.


5.        Double Click “chk recevd”


6.        Double click “56”


7.        Click back twice (F3)


8.        Double Click “5.000”


9.        Double Click “5.000”



Chandresh Vyas.


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