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Real-Time Integration CO -> FI in New GL; Functional Area Change

Hi,

In Real-Time Integration of CO with FI (with New General Ledger) I don’t need functional area to be changed in FI during CO allocations between objects with different functional areas in their master data.

For actual CO allocations it can be switched off in the variant for CO->FI real time integration (t-code S_ELN_06000002, Financial Accounting New->FI Global Settings New->Ledgers->Real-Time Integration of CO with FI->Define Variants, Cross-Functional-Area check box).

Unfortunately the above setting does not work in case of plan allocations. If I make in CO a plan settlement of an internal order to another order with a different functional area, the functional area also changes in the FI plan data (can be seen in the table FAGLFLEXT).

Do you know how to switch off this functional area change in FI plan data?

Internal orders are plan integrated; integrated planning is also on in the plan version (OKEQN, GLPV).

I will appreciate your help very much.

With best regards,

Marcin Kaiser.

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  • Posted on Dec 11, 2014 at 10:00 PM

    Hi Marcin,

    Try to create a Rule for Selection. You can specify COFIT-VRGNG = (PLAN OPERATIONS) in there.


    Implementation Guide (IMG) for Cost Element Accounting under  Reconciliation Ledger  Maintain Rules for Selection of Reconciliation Postings


    regards,


    Rodrigo Glauser

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    • Hi Marcin,

      You have to use User Exit in the Rule with the specific logic to check the combination of operation and functional area change taking into account the complete document. Other way is to implement BAdi FAGL_COFI_LNITEM_SEL. You have to change the variant to accept this customer logic.

      Regards,

      Rodrigo Glauser


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