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internal order

hy; sap gurus,

i have a doubt in allocation, why should we choose internal order as a settlemtnt, u can do the postisng directly from fi(f-02). and what is the difference betwenn allocation and internal order settlement.

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raja sekhar.a

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 08:30 AM

    Allocation : allocation is possible only between the cost centers ie cost center to cost center.

    Settelement : settelement is settle from order to cost center or order to order or order to profit center or order to profitablility analysis.

    i hope u under stand .

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    kumar

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 07:53 AM

    hi raja sekhar

    asessment and distribution will be done for particular thing and for specific period , but through internal order we can see the exp or wht ever we need is easy to get, ex.if we started any stall in exibition, by the same time we may start one more stall in in another exibition, so by the time we can see the position of those stalls, better create internal orders for those stalls and u can see the detailed info. of them seperately and after finishing the exibition we can settle the internal orders, ok or for ex. u can create one internal order for a particular vehicle to know the exp or details of the same

    venkat

    if useful this info.....points ?......

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