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internal order year end closing

Hi All

We are trying to perform internal order year end closing.

in budget profile (okob) we have selected total values and annual values.

Please let us know how this happens, whether we need to perform KOCO and KOCF as well.

does it happens for all the orders in all company codes.

is it possible to perform for specific orders in company code.

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Regards

Prasad

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    Posted on Jan 31, 2008 at 02:33 PM

    Hi Prasad,

    the idea of carryforward of commitments and budgets is to update

    the affected database tables with the new fiscal year.

    For budgeting for example this means that unused budget of this

    year is available next year. This has indeed a consequence if

    You have availability control which checks ANNUAL budget values.

    If You have an overall budget availability check then KOCO is

    actually not afforded. This is set in the budget profile.

    ....

    Concerning commitments in KOCF: this is actually only relevant

    for the totals table COSP and line items table COOI

    which holds the summarized values / line items for

    commitments. Here the program will update the fiscal year field

    to current +1 which then is relevant for reporting and availability

    control.

    You can run both transactions with selection variants giving You

    the possibility to restrict to single objects (order number).

    However it is useful to process it for all from my experience.

    Greetings

    Florian

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