Special Features for Dunning Using Dunning Levels
Dunning notices are printed separately for every account per company code. You can also specify that dunning should be carried out per dunning level. You make this specification for each company code (see the figure in
Company Code-Specific Specifications: Figure (2)).
You should note the following special features when dunning per dunning level:
- If you change the dunning level in the dunning proposal, the item is assigned to the dunning notice created for this dunning level. If no dunning proposal exists for this dunning level, no dunning notice is created, regardless of this assignment.
Effect of Minimum Amounts and Percentage Rates on Dunning Levels). If this is not the case, no dunning notice is created for this dunning level.
- The dunning program checks whether the amount to be dunned is equal to or exceeds the minimum amount and the minimum percentage rate (see
- You can determine that all other open items are also printed in the dunning notice in addition to the dunned items. With dunning notices per dunning level, it makes sense to only assign the dunned items to a dunning level. The dunning program therefore does not perform the option "print all items".