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Show the Fund on F110 (ZP) documents in FI

Why is the fund not showing on the ZP documents produced from the F110 payment process? I found the setting in transaction FBZP where I can select seperate payment for business area to have Busines Area show on the ZP documents. Is there some other configuration or setting to control the fund as well? The fund appears on the special purpose ledger document but not the FI accounting document.

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    Posted on Aug 30, 2007 at 06:33 PM

    The Fund field can be derived using the business area. However, the business area is not being populated currently for the payment documents because there may be several fund centers/business areas with invoices for the same vendor and it may not be feasible to produce a check for each business area even though its for the same vendor. As it was explained to me after following up through OSS, the only way to get the business area to populate is to change configuration so that one check is produced per business area per vendor.

    Current/original setting

    Vendor = Acme Company

    4140 - 59.00

    4130 - 20.00

    Result = one check is produced for Acme

    Change to populate the fund

    4140 - 59.00

    4130 - 20.00

    Result = Two separate checks produced for Acme. One check will be for 59.00 and the other will be for 20.00. The setting to change this can be found in transaction FBZP, click on all company codes, double click DCNC, and click on separate payment per business area. Once this setting is changed and a derivation rule is created (such as for business area 4130 the Fund = 1001010000) the fund field will be populated on the ZP documents. This may not be feasible if a business area can use more than one fund.

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