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Configuring automatic account assignment

Hi All,

Can anyone give me the step by step configuration procedure

automatic account assignment.

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Nisha

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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 01:59 PM

    hi,

    spro --> Materials management --> valuation and account assignment --> account determination --> account determination without wizard.

    under this we have:

    define valuation control, group together valuation areas, define account grouping for movement types.

    in transaction OMWN, you will find account grouping.

    1. Valuation area: plant or company code ( SAP recommends Plant)

    2. Valuation class ( 4 Character ID )

    3. Account Category Reference  Grouping of valuation class for the purpose of Automatic Account Determination.

    4. Valuation Grouping Code/ Valuation Modifier

     4 Character ID, used to group valuation areas for the purpose of automatic account determination

     88p1 8888 CAUS 0001

    88p2 8888 CAUS 0001

    • The plants belongs to same company code can have same grouping code.

    • The plants belongs to same company code can have different grouping code

    • The plant belongs to different company codes can have same grouping code.

    EX: valuation grouping code valuation class G/L

    0001 3000 300000

    0002 3000 690000

    5. Transaction / Event key

     It is an internal processing key which facilitates in automatic determination of accounts. The system uses internally, what accounts have to be picked up.

     3 Character ID

     Some of the Standard Transaction/Event keys are

    1. BSX -- Inventory postings ( Stock postings )

    2. BSP -- Stock Change account

    3. WRX -- GR/IR Clearing account

    4. UPF -- Unplanned delivery costs

    5. GBB -- Offset entry for Inventory posting

    6. PRD -- Price difference accounts

    7. KON – Consignment liabilities

    Goods receipt for PO :: BSX and WRX will trigger.

    Goods issue:: BSX and GBB ;will trigger.

    6. Account Modifier:

     Account modifier are used to determine Finer accounts for a transaction or a event.

     Goods issue to the cost center:

    Stock account BSX Credit.

    GBB Debit. (

    hope this may hlep you,

    regards,

    srinivas

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 09, 2008 at 02:03 PM

    Hi,

    You can Configure automatic account determination with following T.Code's :

    1.OMSK: valuation Class with Account catagory reference,

    2.OMWM: Active Valuation Grouping Code,

    3.OMWN: Active Movement type with G/L account,

    4.OMWD: Active Valuation Area,

    5.OMWB: Active Chart of account,Valuation Grouping Code,Account Grouping Code,Valuation Class and G/L acocounts

    Also refer the following link for detail procedure.

    http://help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/600/documentation/J05_BB_ConfigGuide_EN_DE.doc

    Regards,

    Chetan.

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Jan 10, 2008 at 08:09 AM

    Dear Nisha,

    Please try to make use of Account Determination wizard.

    It helps you to set up the account for your material management posting quickly & straight.

    You can all following functions also through account assignment wizard.

    Display /maintain co. code , plant , material types

    2. Choose material type reqd

    3. Group together valuation area

    4) define rules of stock posting & other posting

    5)define valuation classes

    6) assign stock account

    7) Assign other G/L account depending on business transaction in question.

    I hope this will help you.

    Reward points

    Vivek Maitra

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