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SAP FIGL Old and New GL exctraction

Dear all,

I have a query regarding the FI-GL, FI_AP and FI-AR(If any other modules related BI business content extractors).

Earlier I have implemented 0FI_GL_4, 0FI_AP_4,0FI_AR_4 datasources and its related dsos and cubes and then reports.

Now my question regarding the new business content for these areas.

What was the new old old business content for BI extractors and what are the new extractors? Does is there any difference with the new extractors in terms of Old?

Which means OLD extractors are obsolete?

I have been searching various threads since morning and there was no proper information found yet.

Can any one show my light on this with your experience.



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    Posted on Dec 06, 2014 at 05:17 PM

    I have also gone through the below link but it doesn't have much information on it.

    One stage stop to know all about BW Extractors-Part1

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      General Ledger Accounting - Reporting Financials (EhP3) - SAP Library

      This above link will explain the details.

      Please understand these below details.

      1) data before EHP3 BI content GL account information should be stored in BSEG,BKPF tables. Similarly for Payable - BSIK,BSAK talbles and for Receivables stored in BSID,BSAD tables mostly.

      In ECC side if new GL fucntionality implemented then most of the tables data will be stored for GL as FAGLFELXT (totals) and FAGLFLEXA for(Line items).

      For these tables and new GL account fucntionality above link has the proper business content. These business content also have the datasources delta capabilities and direct access for the datasources to report on from ECC itself.

      Further details will be explained clearly in the above link/.



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