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CO Planning - Field VBUND

Hello, I am looking for a solution to use the field VBUND as key charakter for definition of a planning layout with transaction KP65 and to ensure, an excel upload is working with charakter VBUND and the datas are correctly saved in tables COSP and COEP..

I would be happy about good ideas. Thanks a lot.

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  • Posted on Apr 06, 2016 at 06:00 PM

    Hi Ana

    I dont think the Concept of Trading Partner applies to CO Planning in anyway. Hence this field is not available in CCA at all

    When you transfer the data from CCA to PCA, you may be able to derive it

    See Note 508186 - Functional area in planning data. It says the same about Functional Area. Try the same approach for VBUND

    Ajay M

    PS - Please close the thread when resolved. How to close a discussion and why

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  • Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 08:06 AM

    Hello Ana,
    I have the exact same requirement, and also like to plan on cost center / costelement / trading partner level.
    Were you able to make the field trading partner available in KP65 ?
    Were you able to plan data on trading partner level (KP06) ?

    Best Regards,
    Peter

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