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RA with S/4HANA

Dear colleagues,

My understanding is that in S/4HANA we cannot have a secondary cost elements without a corresponding GL accounts.

But does it mean that for every CO document with secondary cost elements there will be a corresponding FI document?

When RA is calculated we will have a CO document in RA version, but naturally there should be no FI document associated?

Can anyone summarise the changes to RA configuration that are relevant is S/4HANA?

Thanks,

Peter

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 03:02 PM

    Hi Peter,

    Can you please check the below note and check if it's relevant to your issue:

    1939621 Calculate Work in Progress & Actual Result Analysis: Sales Orders


    Thanks,

    Robin

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2016 at 04:46 PM

    Hi,

    RA - Revenue accounting and reporting?

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    • Hi,

      From my understanding, RA is results analysis while dealing with CO issues. In this case, the Revenue accounting and reporting you are referring to belongs to component FI-RA and should therefore be logged under finance and not controlling.

      Thanks,

      Robin

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