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0SEM_BCS_10 or 0FI_GL_10

Hi all,

We are implementing SEM BCS60 and ECC60 with new GL. Understand that SAP is providing the above two datasources to extract consolidation data from ECC (FAGLFLEXT) to staging cube and subsequently to the 0BCS_C11 total cube.

I have came across a note indicating that 0FI_GL_10 comes with some limitation in preparing data for consolidation.

1) What limitations SAP are referring to when it comes to datasource 0FI_GL_10 ?

2) Is 0SEM_BCS_10 is the datasource for extracting consolidation data from ECC?

Appreciate prompt reply. Thanks


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  • Posted on Nov 29, 2007 at 02:26 PM

    Hi Mah,

    I'm just working in that direction too.

    In what I found, I see that we cannot use 0FI_GL_10 for consolidation purposes. What is left is to use 0SEM_BCS_10.

    See notes: 852971, 935370, 1008953, 1002272.

    Hope this helps.

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      Hi Mah,

      To answer your second question, the 0SEM_BCS_10 data source could be preferred with new GL due to following reason:

      1] The data source 0SEM_BCS_10 structure readily contains the following new GL filds fields which can be used in consolidation with out modifying the data source:

      Trading partner

      Partner profit center

      Consolidation transaction type

      2] It is not that 0SEM_BCS_10 is the only data source with new GL , you can use other datasource also. But when all required fields for 0BCS_C11 is not available with business content data source you will be required to customize.

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