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COPA - Switching to another Operating Concern or use existing Op.Concern

Dear all experts,

I have a question regarding whether to use back the existing Operating Concern or a new OC.

The scenario is like this:

My user has activated COPA in production system without any setting.

Only Revenue and COGS is flowed to COPA.

No derivation rules being setup at all.

This is because they were trying to implement COPA by their own but they do not know how to set it up.

Since they think there is no impact on their daily operation, they decided to activate it in production.

Now they want to have a proper implementation.

They do not need to have the old data that were already posted into the COPA table since it is all dummy data.

From the OSS note 199959-Change assignment of operating concern, it seems not easy.

Any advice if I am going to use a new operating concern instead of the existing one so that I will have a cleaner data in COPA tables?

Thanks,

Sebastian

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    Posted on Dec 05, 2013 at 05:15 AM

    Hi

    I would suggest use the existing Op concern

    Existing data can be deleted using KE4S00 or achived

    Br, Ajay M

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    Posted on Dec 06, 2013 at 03:55 AM

    Hi..

    You can delete all actual data and plan data in co-pa using t-code KEDB.

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