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Our ERP-infrastructure need CO-PA or not?

Dear Experts,

should we need COPA in our ERP-infrastructure(EHP7)? We have Costing Based COPA and huge Data on CE***-Table. I have already asked FICO-colleagues whether they use COPA directly or indirectly. They told me. no, nobody needs it.

Could you please advice me; can i delete those huge CE****-Table? how can i deactivate COPA? what do I have to watch out for? can i use where-used COPA on SD or FI/CO? any Tips for this ?

Thanks

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  • Posted on Jun 26 at 01:48 AM

    Hello Albat Tem

    You can technically stop COPA. Please refer the link below for the steps:

    https://answers.sap.com/questions/2117951/how-to-deactivate-copa.html

    However, instead of deactivating, I would suggest to archive your data. You can follow the below steps:

    https://answers.sap.com/questions/10153325/copa-archiving.html

    The reason, I suggest for archieving is that COPA has data from lot of other processes like Manufacturing, O2C, Finance etc flowing in to derive the P&L at various levels. It is best to keep COPA active with regular archival of data.

    Thanks & regards

    Sanil Bhandari

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    • Hello Albat Tem

      You can technically disable COPA. However, my very honest opinion is not to do so and look for archival as a tool. There are lot of changes you need to do in areas like manufacturing, settlement in Controlling and SD, FI, PP, MM settlements. So the easier and a better option is to look for archival as an option.

      Thanks & Regards,

      Sanil Bhandari

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