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FSCM-CR Case types for Documented Credit Decision (FDCD, FDCA) missing.

Hi FSCM community 😊

I am looking at the FSCM CR module and got some issues here and there.

Here's one of them.

Documentation for the SAP IMG node:

FSCM -> Credit Management -> Credit Risk Monitoring -> Documented Credit Decision -> Settings in the Case Management Component

'Case types

The following case types are contained in the standard system for SAP Credit Management: Credit Limit Request (F_CR), Doc. Credit Decision for Document (FDCD), Doc. Credit Decision for the Account (FDCA)'

1. Were you able to find the FDCD or FDCA case types in your systems?

Mine only has F_CR.

2. What are the:

- Processes

- RMS ID's

- Case record models

assigned to FDCD or FDCA?

3. Are they any different from the F_CR?

4. I understand they're required so that they may be assigned as Documented Credit decisions (under Define Case Types for Documented Credit Decision). What Case Types did you assign?

My SAP_APPL is 617, so it's rather up to date.

thanks for all your input,

Darek

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    Posted on Jul 29, 2014 at 08:52 PM

    You can view through BC sets (T-code: SCPR3) BC Set ID - UKM_DCD_CUST. This will provide you all configuration which you need to do for FDCD and FDCA.

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