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Archiving of CO-objects - transaction SARA

Hello,

we use the new G/L and we want to archive CO-data.

I have some questions here:

a) concerning archiving object COPA1_xxxx (costing based copa, xxxx is the operating concern):
What does the system archive under this object.
b) COPA2_xxxx refers to the account-based copa. We do not use the account-based copa.
Is it correct that I need not archive anything here because we do not use it? I assume I am right.

c) CO_TOTL_AO is the object for CO Totals Records for Reconciliation Objects.
Does it refer to environments which go for the classic G/L and not for the new G/L?

I also ran the reports RARCCOA1 and -2 but these programs only refer to CO-objects and not to CO-PA.
Are there also transactions which help analyse the CO-PA objects for archiving?

Thanks a lot for any input.

Thomas

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2015 at 11:52 PM

    Hi...

    a) COPA1_XXXX archive the below tables.

    CE1XXXX

    CE2XXXX

    CE3XXXX

    CE4XXXX

    CE4XXXX_ACCT

    CE4XXXX_FLAG

    CEALE01

    b) You are right.

    c) Refer to Note 1836261 - CO_TOTL_AO: Archive totals records for reconciliation objects

    Refer to Archiving CO-PA Transaction Data - Controlling (CO) - SAP Library

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