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Funds management


We implement Funds Management and our customer has two different budget with different commitment items. We have payment budget. For one budget it is necessary to have availability control, but for another budget we not need control. How to do this, because if i activated availability control for payment budget the availability control works for all payment budget.

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    Posted on Aug 20, 2007 at 03:53 AM

    Path for Set up Availability Control Again

    SPRO - Controllin ---Internal Orders -Budget and Availability Control Set Availability Control Again.

    In this IMG activity, you reconstruct all the data for availability

    control. The assigned values are recalculated and references are created

    to the objects that have budget.

    The new budget profile settings are copied into the budget table.


    SAP recommends that you reconstruct the PS Info Database with

    transaction CJEN before activating availability control


    Carry out this step if:

    1. you install a new release

    2. you haved changed the availability control settings in the budget

    profile (e.g. from overall to annual values)

    3. you have changes the tolerance limits for availability control

    4. you have defined exempt cost elements - that is, cost elements which

    are not subject to availability control

    5. you have changed the order update settings for orders for projects

    6. you suspect errors in the data - for example, in objects from older

    releases or after incorporating corrections relating to budgeting or

    availability control

    I think so its fullfill your reqiuerment, if its full fill replay same.


    Rama Mohan


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