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Difference in closing and opning balance of GL

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After year end closing I found a difference in closing balance (2006)of a GL account and opening balance (bal carry forward ) next year 2007.

I have correctly run F.16.

It is a Balance Sheet account.

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soniya

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2007 at 01:05 PM

    Hi Soniya

    Check whether this account is Retained Earnings Account which you define in SPRO.

    System carries forward all P&L account balances to this retained earnings account and there will be a difference between the closing balance and opening balance for this account

    Asha

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    Posted on Nov 13, 2007 at 02:40 PM

    Have you ran F.16 again after you noticed the difference?

    Has there been any entries in special periods in 2006? I would check the posting date and period last entries made in FY06 if it is a non-retained earnings balance sheet account.

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hi,

      I had this kind of problem some time back when we are using version ECC5.00 with supprot pack level9.

      As per SAP, this kind of issue will get resolve after upgrading support pack level 10 and higher.

      We have upgraded the support pack level and this issue got resolved.

      But before upgrading your system, better to take a suggestion from SAP.

      Please note down OSS note no:0000862523 SAP ERP New General Ledger: New functions as of SP 10.

      After upgradition to Support pack to 10, you need to execute the report :FAGL_CORR_0001 and execute the program for RGURECGLFLEX for missed document to be posted correctly.

      You can get missing documents, which are not posted properly by using the report:FAGLF03.

      Wish you good luck

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