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Project settlement to COPA

Hi Gurus,

Could you please demonstrate me the steps to carry out the settlement of project to COPA ? How can I make cost of my overhead expenditures hit to COPA while settlement.?

Please suggest.?

Thanks,

Yogesh Kanitkar

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    Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 04:49 AM

    Hi Yogesh,

    It is very difficult to demonstrate you step by step. But yes, you need to keep few things ready in your configuration.

    Execute OKO7 (Settlement Profile). Out of 13 valid receivers, just change the drop down of "Profit. Segment" to either to Settlement Optional or Required. Also change the default object type to PSG (Profitably Segment). Have a look at following screen shot.

    This setting will directly link PS and COPA.

    Regards,

    Amit Rajoria


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  • Posted on Jul 24, 2014 at 04:32 AM

    Please search the forum before posting. Many links are available on it in the forum:

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    • Former Member Saurabh Tiwari

      Hi Saurabh,

      Yes, we have defined few cost elements for both the cases. (Direct and Indirect cost). Indirect cost(Overhead Expenditures) are being booked through JV by using its unique GL. Source structure have already been defined and it is not in our scope to change the same. However, It is same as the way you have suggested 😊. I have checked it too.

      Anyhow, the problem is solved by the link provided by Amit Rajoria. Really worked by removing RA key field from WBS elements.

      Lastly, I should really be sorry for being so harsh with my words. In such a fist, I really forgot that you approached me for my help only.

      Anyways, thanks for providing your valuable input and time.

      Thanks,

      Yogesh.

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