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GL Master record in ECC6

Dear All,

My SAP version currently is 4.6C, and will upgrade to ECC6. May I know in "new GL" master record when we set that GL is zero balances (b/sheet item), what should i tick for account management whether<u> "open item management" , "line item display" or both</u> . Can anybody explain to me <b>meaning of "open item management", line item display" and post automatically" in New GL.</b>

Thanks in advance..

-AKMA-

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2007 at 03:46 AM

    Hello,

    If the GL is Zero Balance activate the <i>Open item Management</i>.

    Line Item Display means you can see both the Balance & Individual Line Items of an account.

    In Open item Management you can check whether the item is open or clear.For this Line item display must be activated .

    Post Automatically Only: When you activate this then only the particular field get updated automatically, otherwise you have to enter manually.

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    Asmieeta

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    Posted on Nov 26, 2007 at 05:35 AM

    hi,

    open item is used only for the balance sheet item. it shows whether the particular item is in open or closed form. it should not be checked for recon a/c.

    line item managemnt is used for both P&L and BS. it gives line by line discription.

    post automatically as the name suggest is used for the automatically updation of particular a/c when the transaction is being done.

    i hope it will help u.

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    rgds.

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