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Profit center/Business areas

Hi,

can we track all the fucntinality of business area using profit center acc. instead if we decide not to use business areaa at all and not activate compna code ofr bus.area fi. statements.

are there some eg pca reports whcih can list p&l and b/s reports as it would show for business areas.

please let me know

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    Posted on May 02, 2007 at 06:08 PM

    You have to write Report painter reports.

    There are very less standard reports in PCA.

    But using Report painter we can achieve anything.

    anantha

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    Posted on May 02, 2007 at 06:14 PM

    Yes, it possible to generate B/S in PCA and not to use BA. You must take care of following config-

    3KEH- All B/s gl accounts which are not recon a/c or inventory/wip accounts must be customized in this transaction code. PCA P&L always reconciles with FI.

    To transfer receivables, payables, asset, inventory/wip to PCA, there are programs provided by SAP which are periodic. However, there is option to maintain asset & inventory accounts in 3KEH and can be posted online in realtime. Receivables / payables are always posted periodically in PCA. (t codes 1KEj, 1KEi,1KE?,..)

    If you are using ECC 5.0 /6.0, it's better to use segments.

    Hope this information helps.

    Regards,

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      Dear Abilash,

      I want to Know following Things in PCA,

      Why we should not give Inventory, Assets, WIP in 3keh.?

      If i enter any Co-document through 9ke0 how this will affect in

      FI,

      I have more doubts in PCA.

      Pls reply to ask further questions,

      regards

      Naresh

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