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Default profit center for bank charges and exchange rate.

Hi All,

I have a query regarding allocating cash receipts against AR invoices using F-32. I would like to charge of the bank charges and realized gain/loss to the same profit center as the AR invoice. But when i try to do so, SAP defaults to a different profit center rather than the profit center where the invoice is recorded. How can i change the settings so that the bank charges and exchange rate goes to the same profit center as the AR invoice?

Your response will be very much appreciated.

thank you,

Nimitt Patel

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  • Posted on Jan 13, 2016 at 07:25 PM

    Hi Nimitt,

    Check in OKB9 you have assigned Cost Center Determination by Profit Center.

    If you inherit Profit Center from the invoice, it could work but this is not allways the case. Sometimes u automatically assign PC to bank account with FAGL3KEH

    Kind Regards


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    • Hi Nimitt,

      That's the part "if you inherit Profit Center from the invoice it could work, but it's not always the case" =(.

      Profit Center is more on NewGL side then Classic GL and F-32 is Classic GL.

      Customer accounts don't have PC assigned by default, GL Accounts do (only exceptions are downpayments). Because of NewGL, in Profit Center Scenario & Profit Center field Mandatory you have PC in all line items (including vendor/customers) inherited from the G/L Account, or other document in case of payments.

      You will have to do as Former Member suggests, OBBH sbustitution and ABAP Code.

      Search from FAGLFLEXA line items with customer and assign the proportion and Profit Center you posted.

      Kind Regards

  • Posted on Jan 13, 2016 at 09:53 PM

    Hi

    We solved similar requirement by substitution (t-code OBBH) with ABAP code in an exit.

    Regards

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