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Consolidation Transaction type in ECC


I have a requirement to configure Consolidation Transaction type in ECC.

Can anyone explain me in detail the concept and use of Consolidation Transaction type in ECC.


Gaurav Tipnis

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    Posted on Sep 09, 2013 at 07:16 AM


    We use consolidation TT for movement type.


    In consolidation system (Non SAP) we have to upload trial balance with break-down. like in asset case

    C/F --> 710

    Additions External --> 720

    Additions Internal --> 730

    So when we input asset posting we use Transaction type as below, after posting through substitution we capture above movement types for consolidation purpose.

    Additions External --> 100

    Additions Internal --> 110

    I hope this clarifies the concept?


    Prashant Rane

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    Posted on Sep 18, 2013 at 11:24 AM

    Hi Gaurav

    We can use transaction type to see the changes to financial statement items over time. This is referred as movement type in consolidation system. The transaction type of ECC6 and movement type of Consolidation system may be same or different. By maintaining it to be same in both the systems would enable autoextraction easy without transformation.

    The movement type is a 3 digit code which defines the nature of the transactional line items like whether it is a opening balance or addition or disposal and this movement type will be used for financial reporting in consolidation system.



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  • Posted on Sep 29, 2013 at 12:47 PM


    SAP already comes with preconfigured consolidation transaction types, we can view these types using transaction code OC08.

    Is there any other requirement for the purpose of Consolidation transaction types.



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