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With the transactional app Analyze Overdue Items, you can display how many items are overdue in Contract Accounts Receivable and Payable (FI-CA) or what the total amount is that overdue items add up to. You can total or filter the amount and number of overdue items by various criteria.

Key Features
  • Display of the total amount of open items within a period

    The selection can also cover due items, and be restricted to particular company codes and contract account categories.

  • Selection of overdue items by amount or number

  • Grouping of overdue items by due date, business area, main transaction, value adjustment, segment, dunning procedure and collection strategy

  • Selection of the currency in which the system displays the items

  • Option for creating your own tiles with threshold values

  • Sending of information by e-mail


The Fiori app Analyze Overdue Items evaluates your entire set of data. The data volume is a significant factor in determining response time. The following measures can have a positive effect on response time:

  • Compression of the analyzed data on the database

  • Parallel processing of data access

  • Column-based data storage

System Landscape Requirements

In order to be able to implement this app, your system landscape has to be enabled for SAP Fiori. One of the requirements for your system landscape is that your back-end product meets the required product version stack:

Required Back-End Product (Product Version Stack)

  • SAP enhancement package 8 for SAP ERP 6.0 (01 (01/2016))
  • SAP enhancement package 7 for SAP ERP 6.0 (11 (01/2016))

The front-end components of this app (such as the user interface) are delivered together with the components of other apps as part of this SAP Fiori product:

Front-End Components Delivered with (Product Version Stack)

SAP Fiori 1.0 for SAP ERP ( 09 (01/2016) )

For more information, see the app implementation document of this app.

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