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Org'l Unit date

Hi,

Can any one guide me,

While we are creating our Org'l Unit through Simple maintenance, What date we should create in PPOC_OLD.

But our client organization is started in 2003 & Company code is created in 2005.

When am creating 2004, 0001 infotype is througing an error as "Fiscal area for 2004, controlling area does not exists". So i taken 2005 & created, but again in 0008, i config all wages for 2007, so it is not pickuping the Wages.

PLZ GUIDE ME, ITS REALLY VERY URGENT.

Kind Regards,

Saisree.S

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:12 AM

    Hi Saisree,

    Although, its specified by the client, however usually the date of the Client organisation start date should be considered for Org unit, Company Code etc.

    As you might need to hire the employees as per there actual date of hiring.And at the time of maintaining all the data, you will face this problem.

    It should be 2003.And you should consult FICO team, once you are sure about the date to be taken for all the initial FICO settings.

    Regards,

    Dev

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 10:53 AM

    hai..

    pls configure the enterprise structure and use account assignment feature 1008. to default all the required fields.. Also try to create required entries from Fi prospective.........

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 11:49 AM

    Please check the dates of Finance objects

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