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substitution rule in FI

hi

can anybody tell how can i check substitution rules in Fi.

like we have ob28 trans to check validations ,same like this i want to chech substitution rules also.

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 12:57 PM

    Hi Savitha,

    Please Refer Tcode OBBH for substitution.

    Regards,

    Madhu.

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    Posted on Sep 19, 2007 at 05:11 PM

    Hi

    See the following .

    Basic Steps in Configuring Substitutions

    You must complete the following steps to create a substitution:

    1. Goto OBBH & Enter the application area in which the substitution is called up.

    2. Select the correct Callup point for the substitution.

    3. Define the substitution.

    4. Assign your substitution to an organizational unit (for example, company code for FI, company code or global company for FI-SL, controlling area for CO).

    5. Activate the Substitution.

    The fields that can be used in your substitution are determined from the application area and the Callup point. When you define your rules for the prerequisite and check

    Statements, you can choose the fields that you want to use.

    Call Up Point:

    Callup Point 1

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    The Callup point tells you when the substitution is performed.

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    Callup point 1 checks the fields in a document header.

    Callup Point 2

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    Callup point 2 is used to check the fields in a document line for a G/L account posting or a FI-SL.

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    The fields that are available at Callup point 1 are also available for cross-checks.

    Operands and Operators

    The following elements are used to create rules for prerequisite statements in substitutions.

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    Operands: Logical operators (Boolean logic) and Comparison operators.

    thanks

    Dany

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