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Perform stock transfer to project (415) without any accounting document

Hi all;

Our client requested not to generate any accounting document when carrying out a transfer to project WBS in migo (movement 415). That's because the same G/L account is debited and credited with the same value, which is not allowed by our local financial rules.

Is there any way to do this?



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  • Posted on Oct 13, 2019 at 11:27 AM

    Hi Yassine,

    It is not just about the GL account, it can be different Profit Centers, different Functional areas and so on... It depends on your system version too, with the latest approach in S4 when FI document contains almost everything it becomes more difficult to avoid it.



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    • Hi Yassine,

      At the end this is a reporting question, you probably need to find a way to exclude such documents from reporting on GL balances. And if you are saying this is a legal requirement, check with SAP directly via OSS. Some countries have a requirement not to increase an account turnover, so the reversal for example is done with "red storno", it is like a negative debit instead of credit. Same time you probably need to manage a proper accounting for Profit Centers, Functional Areas and so on, and that means you cannot avoid a financial document as such.


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