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How to transfer CO order financial data to initiative through Object Link?

Hello PPM Gurus,

I am using PPM 5.0 SP7

I need to transfer costs directly to an Initiative. I am using CO Internal Orders for Items through an object link relationship and it is working perfect.

I tried to do the same for Initiatives but it does not work with the standard program /RPM/FICO_INT_PLANNING. Since it only runs for Items and then rolls up.

Now, from PPM functionality I already assigned the CO Order through object link relationship. So I would only need to transfer financial data. I guess that if the system allows to do the relationship, there would also be a way to transfer FI-CO data

Do you know if there is a program that would transfer FI-CO cost to an a Initiative through an internal order object link relationship?

Thanks.

Regards

E.Lona

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    Posted on May 24, 2013 at 01:31 PM

    Hi Lona,

    not sure, if the costs can be transfered to initiative from internal order directly . Typical scenario I known is the costs are tranfered to items, and the rolled up to assigned intiative.

    Kind regards,

    Zhenbo

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    Posted on May 24, 2013 at 07:34 PM

    Hello Enrique,

    I think it is not possible in the standard. If you check your financial integration settings it is only possible configure items or items of the initiative.

    Regards

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  • Posted on Jun 29, 2016 at 10:13 AM

    Hello Enrique,

    I have the same requirement and I was sure it will work tih initatives, but obviously it is not. Did you find a solution to load FICO data directly into the initiative ?

    Kind regards,

    Johannes

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