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Impact of New GL on Custom Developments

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We are migrating from Classical GL to New GL in ECC 6. We are even doing document Splitting. Can anyone tell me what kind of impact its going have on all the Custom developments?

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 08:06 AM

    Hello

    When you migrate from classic to new GL, document splitting is not functioning on legacy open items. It is working only in the post migration date data.

    This is one of the serious issues in document splitting. Please check for OSS notes.

    Also SAP recommends, migration should be done in consultation with SAP.

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    Posted on Jul 03, 2007 at 07:53 AM

    I guess it depends on what custom devlopments you have, and at what part of the process these are called.

    Obviosuly the application has changed drastically, and there are new transactions, if you decide to use the new extended GL.

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      Hello

      Check all the inetrface programs / look for table name replacement. In New GL the data is stored in some new tables / custom fields.

      Include these tables along with BSEG / BKPF and other FI tables.

      Ideally check the interface program code. Check each parameter fields and map the gaps in the ne GL.

      I am sure the changes are minor and the requires extensive testing.

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