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Company Code Merger

Hello ,

We are trying to merge two company codes(X and Y) into one (X) can anyone let me know how to start and what all necessary data need to be transferred , any documentation

or pointers regarding the same ..?

Thanks and Regards,

Gopi Krishna.K

gopikk@yahoo.com

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    Posted on Sep 22, 2006 at 10:10 AM

    Hi,

    look here lsmw

    and use stanadrd interfaces :

    RFBIBL00, RFBIKR00-20, RFBIDE00-20, RFBISA00-20

    masstransfer of assets (ab1tn)

    ...

    regards Andreas

    pls reward useful answers

    thank you

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    Posted on Sep 25, 2006 at 07:41 AM

    Hello ,

    The link talks about LSMW and is quite useful for persons who want to learn LSMW,But i want to know about

    what all data need to be transferred and any leads how to tackle with open items and closed items and how to tackle with historical data, more with blue printing issues rather than the data transfer technology itself..?

    Thanks and Regards,

    Gopi Krishna.K

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    • Hi,

      What data has to be transferred depends on what Modules are in use and also what the client requires.

      The simplest way to do this is to treat Y to X as a normal data migration into SAP.Do the merge at the financial YE/begining.

      The SDN Community can mostly only help with the technical side, to help more would require detailed information about how you system is configured and what modules are in use.

      regards

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