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Company Id Vs Company Code

how can we make consolidation company code consists of many company codes?

whats the use of defining it?

how it will be benifited - making consolidation company?

can we give me example to understand company - company coede - Bussines area - organization structure.


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    Posted on Mar 17, 2007 at 08:46 PM

    If you want to group of several company Code under one head, yoy can create company & attach each company code to a company.

    If you are speaking from view point of BCS (Business Consolidation), in that case you will have to create each company code as Company & assign respectively. In Customer Master, Contral data tab page, you will have to maintain Trading Partmer as Company. This is my understanding.


    Rajesh Banka

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      Hi Rajesh

      Thats Pretty much you describe in your reply, but can you please elaborate a little bit further

      for consultant new to using company ID,like complete configuration steps for using Company ID with Company and Company Codes so we can also configure in this way as you did when you work on that, and if we will create an Trading Partner for Each Company then how

      we can link all these Companies to each other because in this way you can only give one Partner

      ID in each Company Code and vendor and Customer Master Data, Lest Say you have 4 Company Codes 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000 and then you create Company for Each of them then you create Partner ID for each of them, then how you can give three Partner ID in Company Code 1000 to get them joined because you can only mention one Partner ID in one Company Code.

      Thanks in Advance

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