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Liquidity Planner and New General Ledger

Feb 26, 2017 at 01:17 AM

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Dear all,

We are in the process of implementing Liquidity Planner in SAP ECC6 and would like any information related to this which may be of help, particularly related to integration with New General Ledger and providing cash flow statements for segments and profit centers.

Indeed, the Liquidity Planner can determine easily the cash flow at company code level. But, we have a doubt to determine this at segment level. A priori, the Liquidity Planner read only the standard table BSEG, and doesn't read the New GL table FAGLFLEXA (which contains the segment information).

Any feedback will be welcome to help us to clarify this point.

Many thanks
Kamel

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Gustavo Vazquez Mar 01, 2017 at 11:08 AM
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Hi Kamel,

Liquidity Planner in ECC 6.0 works based on BSEG, there is no FAGLFLEXA here.

You could add new fields to FLQ tables https://blogs.sap.com/2015/07/28/additional-fields-in-liquidity-planner/ and include SEGMENT or PROFIT CENTER but it will always refer to BSEG.

In S4 HANA Simple Finance this is possible form what I read.

Kind Regards

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