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Order Type mapping to Fund center

This is our requirement:

1. expenditure to be booked to CWIP orders ( project type) through all accounts(P/L) depending on the requirement.

2. Fund centres for all these CWIP Orders shall be 598/599

3.PM orders created for project also shall be settled to these CWIP orders.

What are the configurations to be done to fulfil this requirement??

Kindly suggest at the earliest

Thanks

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  • Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 08:34 PM

    <b>1. expenditure to be booked to CWIP orders ( project type) through all accounts(P/L) depending on the requirement.</b>

    Create internal order with and order type called CWIP, to keep it simple, else project systems with WBS elements. This can receive all the costs of P&L type.

    3.PM orders created for project also shall be settled to these CWIP orders.

    Create settlement rule for PM orders to settle to the internal order/WBS as the case may be.

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    Posted on Sep 20, 2007 at 09:13 PM

    1 and 3 as Sridhar Vasudevan has said

    for 2

    Is there a distinguishing element for when a an Order is going to be linked with 598 and when with 599..if yes then use this to create a rule in FMDERIVE

    go to FMDERIVE and create a new rule, in the source feilds choose CO Code, CO Area, Order Type and in the derived fields choose Fund Center. Create rule which will say if Order Type = CPEX +Criterion -1 then Fund Center 558 if Order Type = CPEX +Criterion -2 then Fund Center 559

    Revert if the solution does not fit your requirements..Assign points if found useful.

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  • Posted on Sep 21, 2007 at 04:07 AM

    Hi Prashant,

    I think you have got the answer to my question.....but will u pls guide me where in fmderive shud we define the criteria and how ... the procedure.

    Thanx a lot

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