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Differenece between T-codes XK01 & FK01

Hi all

Can any one tell me differenece between T-codes XK01 & FK01

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Shravan

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 08:16 AM

    both are create vendor transactions, but

    FK01 creates general data and company code data

    XK01 creates general data and company code data and purchasing organisation data

    hope this helps

    Eric Cartman

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 08:15 AM

    Hi,

    Xk01 is to create vendor centrally means FI and MM point view. Purchasing organisation

    Fk01 is to create vendor company code wise.

    Remaining are same.

    Hope this is clear, if yes assign points.

    Regards,

    Sankar

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 08:16 AM

    In XK01 Vendor master record contains three sets of data

    <b>General data:</b> It contains Vendor’s name, address, language, and phone numbers Tax numbers.Bank details etc

    <b>Company code data:</b> It contains account control data like the number of the G/L reconciliation account for the vendor account.Payment methods and terms of payment set up with the vendor

    <b>Purchase Organization data:</b>If you implement Materials Management (MM), you will need purchasing data. For more information on this, see the documentation for Materials Management. In Materials Management, vendors are represented as suppliers.

    XK01 is used if MM is implemented.

    In FK01 Vendor master record contains two sets of data

    <b>General data:</b>This is data that applies to every company code and every purchasing organization in your company. The general area includes, for example, the vendor’s name, address, language, and telephone number.

    <b>Company code data:</b>This is data that is specific to an individual company code.Company code data includes, for example, the reconciliation account number and payment terms.

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    Aug 22, 2007 at 12:50 PM

    Thank you very much Ragini

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