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Account determination - Sales

Dear Experts,

Iwould like to ask, if ii tis possible to define account determination for sales, when Ihave 2 G/L accounts for customers:

  • -Customers in CZK (domestic currency)
  • -Customers in EUR

But Ihave 3 G/L accounts for revenue, according to area, where the customer operates:

  • -Revenues – domestic customers
  • -Revenues – EU customers
  • -Revenues – non-EU customers

Account determination groups are as follows:

Z100 – Customers in CZK

Z200 – Customers in EUR

Account determination for Customers in CZK is clear, there can be only one combination:

Z100 – Customers in CZK à Revenues – domestic customers

But how to handle account determination for Customers in EUR?

Company is invoicing in currency EUR to some of domestic customers, EU customers and also non-EU customers.

Is it somehow possible to define such account determination? For example, according to the location of particular customer? Because as I know, the system determines the revenue account according to the account determination group defined in master data of customer. So once I define acc. det. group Customers in EUR, only one revenue account can be assigned.

Does anyone have any idea?

Thank you for help in advance.


Marian Plachy

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  • Posted on Oct 31, 2017 at 08:35 PM

    Hi Marian,

    Wouldn't be feasible to create a third account determination group (ADG) for customer?.

    It's possible to further perform the account determination also considering the account determination group in the material, but I don't think this would be the case here.

    Apart from that, you can do the posting to e.g. "Revenues – EU customers" and then transfer the amounts to "Revenues – non-EU customers" via manual JEV. There could also be a logic to perform this automatically via custom code (PDI) when posting the customer invoice.



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