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If anybody have documentation regarding substitution. please send it to this mail id : dta_a@yahoo.co.in. If the documentation have examples that will be more helpful to me because i never worked on this area so if you have documentation then forward it to me.

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Rams.N

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  • Posted on Aug 02, 2007 at 12:14 AM

    Hi Rams,

    I don´t have a documentation but you can find all instructions in way below:

    http://help.sap.com/saphelp_47x200/helpdata/en/5b/d2327543c611d182b30000e829fbfe/frameset.htm

    ...

    or verify the SAP note 42615.

    Regards,

    Paulo

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    Posted on Aug 02, 2007 at 07:23 AM

    Hi

    Define substitutions (GGB1):

    Substitution; Enter seven-character alphanumeric identifier for your substitution. The identifier can be anything you want it to be.

    Application area: enter the appropriate area. The application area is the module or sub module that you wish to create the substitution for. The available options are as follows;

    AM: asset management

    CO: controlling

    FI: financial accounting

    GL: special ledger

    JV: joint venture accounting

    KC: enterprise controlling—SAP EIS

    PC: profit center accounting

    PS: project systems

    Call up point: enter the appropriate call up point. Calls up points determine when the substitution is run. The available calls up points are dependent upon the application area that is selected. For FI application area, the following calls up points are available.

    0001 Document Header: Use this call up point to substitute entries at the document header level. The entries that are usually available for substitution at this point are stored in the BKPF table.

    0002Line Item: Use this call up point to substitute line item entries within a document. The entries that are usually available for substitution at this point are stored in the BSEG table.

    0003Complete Document: this call up point substitutes settings for the documents a whole. This activity is also known as a matrix substitution.

    0005 Cost of Sales Accounting: this call up points used for functional area substitutions.

    Prerequisite: the prerequisite uses Boolean logic to determine if a condition is true.

    If the condition is true, the substitution is carried out. If it the condition is not true, no further processing occurs. Click the Flds in Bool. statement button to display and select the available fields to use in your logic. The valid Boolean logic operators are =,>, < and <>. The entry immediately following the Boolean statement must be put in single quotation marks (‘ ‘) unless a set is being used. Sets group together of a number of entries. When you use sets, the system needs to match only one of the entries in the set for the prerequisite to be true. Sets are defined using report writer. The creation of sets will be covered later in this section. To link multiple logic steps together, either an AND or an OR is required at the end of each statement line.

    Substitutions: the Substitutions section is where you tell the system what values to replace. You have the option of either using constant values or using a user-exit to specify values or carry out other logic statements.

    Activate functional area substitution (OBBZ):

    1. Enter the four-character identifier for the company code (CC) for which you want to activate the substitution. As with validations, you can only have one substitution active per company code per call up point.

    2. Enter the call up point (Call Pnt) at which you want your substitution to be executed.

    3. Enter the identifier of the substitution that you wish to activate.

    4. The description field fills in automatically based on the substitution that you choose.

    5. Enter the activation level (Activtn Level) for which you would like to activate the

    Link programs to substitutions (GCX2)

    Bool Class: The Boolean class specifies where the field is being used or is excluded. Boolean classes map roughly to the combination of application area and call up point. Here is partial listing of Boolean classes:

    1: Coding Block –used for CO line items.

    8: Document Header—used for FI items.

    9: Document Header and line Item—used for F I items.

    16: Cost of Sales Accounting—used for functional areas.

    Class Type-A class type refers to whether a field is used in Boolean statement substitution fields, or both. Here’s a listing of them:

    B—used for fields that are to be used in Boolean statements

    S—used for fields that are to be used for substitution

    A—used for fields that can be used in both Boolean statement and for substitution

    Table—The name of the table in which the field you wish to use or exclude resides

    Field—The name of the field you wish to use or exclude.

    Exclude—if this field is checked, the field is excluded for use for the class type specified in the record. If this indicator is set, you can not change it, and you can not add the field in the configuration table that adds or excludes fields.

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