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Two Fisacl Year

Dear All,

I m having the Follwing Scenerio,which is still to be resolved.

Can any body guide me in this regards.

1) One Co. wants 2 types reporting

<b>a) from: Jan to Dec for its foreign subsidiary accrding to their

Accounting Standard

b) March to April for India Reporting as Indian A/C standard</b>

How to Map it in SAP??

Regards

Biswajit

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    Posted on Jan 10, 2007 at 01:11 PM

    Hi,

    Good morning and greetings,

    maintain two different FSV i.e. one for foreign subsidiary and another Indian Accounting standards.

    When you run the balance sheet, execute it with reporting period 9 months for 2007 and 3 months in 2006 and when you execute it for India, execute it vice-versa...Hope this meets your requirement...

    Alternatively, you can develop an ABAP program to consolidate the F.01 results into a single reporting view...Normally when F.01 runs, it stores the info in the Structure called BSPL_GRID_FIELDCAT...make a copy of F.01 to ZF01 and at the point of writing the value into BSPL_GRID_FIELDCAT, consolidate the values and get the report that would look like standard Balance Sheet.

    If the Balance Sheet is taken out of SAP and provided to Auditors, then use option 2 else if it is reported in a Excel or other reporting tools then go for option 1.

    Please reward points if found useful

    Thanking you,

    With kindest regards

    Ramesh Padmanabhan

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