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CCA and PCA figures not tie-up

We are doing reconciliation between PCA and CCA figures. One thing that i noticed is that in CCA (S_ALR_87013611), there are lot's of columns that represents amounts (sometimes these amount columns varies) and i am bit confused of what columns shall i pick up in order to reconcile with PCA (S_ALR_87013326).

the column amounts that i am referring to in CCA are the following: (Note that there are instances that amount/figures for these columns were different)

1) Value COCurr

2) Value ObjCurr

3) Value TCur

4) Val. in RC

5) Var.val.in rep.cur

6)Vbl.value/Obj.curr

7)Vbl.Val./CoCrcy

8)Value Ocur

While in PCA (S_ALR_87013326), there are only two amount columns, which are always equal.

1) In pctr local curr.

2) In co. code currency.

Could you please help me to identify what is the correct amount columns in CCA should i use in order to tie-up my figures in PCA?

Thanks

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    Posted on Feb 17, 2007 at 11:54 PM

    "Object Currency" in CCA is inherited from the Company Code Currency. You may therefore want to compare the "Amt in Local Currency" on the PCA side.

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    Posted on Feb 20, 2007 at 04:54 AM

    Hi! Ashish, thanks for the reply. If the Object Currency in CCA is inherited in FI, Why is it that these object currencies in CCA contains different values whih does not matched also in FI and PCA?

    Thanks for any inputs on this matter.

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      hello robert juss look at the transaction currency . if it differs then u have to take the company code currency for your reconcilation ...

      if the transaction currency differs for cca and pca then thats a inter company transaction so have to consider com code currency..

      if helpful assign the points ..

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