Error status 51 no revere entry provided for Inbound IDOC FIDCCP01

hi experts ,
I am receiving  an INCOUND IDOC from Sap XI Server .I have given the segements below but my question is if the @nd line item is given while receiving how do i post as i am getting Error 51 .
Please explain if i need to create more than one line item how do i post the idoc .do i need to copy E1F1seg and create it using code (program).
for the current existing file does not have a reconcialliatry entry given in the idoc file .Please let me know on how to post this idoc using bapi or what is the way .E.g
E1FIKPF : FI Document Header (BKPF)
BUKRS : Name of global company code
GJAHR : Fiscal Year
BLART : Document Type - SA
BLDAT : Document Date in Document
BUDAT : Posting Date in the Document
MONAT : Fiscal Period - 05
TCODE : Transaction Code - FB01
WAERS : Currency Key
HWAER : Local Currency
GLVOR : Business Transaction - RFBU
E1FISEG : FI Document Item (BSEG) -1
BUZEI : Number of Line Item Within Accounting Document
BSCHL : Posting Key - 40
DMBTR : Amount in Local Currency
KOSTL : Cost Center
HKONT : General Ledger Account
WERKS : Site
E1FISEG : FI Document Item (BSEG) -2
BUZEI : Number of Line Item Within Accounting Document
BSCHL : Posting Key - 50
DMBTR : Amount in Local Currency
HKONT : General Ledger Account
WERKS : Site
in th above given example the line number one is provided by the xi system but the line item two with posting key 50 is not given in idoc file

You either have to get the offsetting CR for your entry in the IDOC.....or get your FI/CO people to tell you how to construct, particularly that GL Account No.,  and replace any standard SAP process code and function module with a custom one that will put the JE back into balance.  First solution is more preferable obviously.  I guess I would question why this inbound IDOC process has been set up to present incomplete data for posting to FI/CO.

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