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Number Ranges in New GL

Hi

I am working on IDES version.

In the new GL - we can define two types of Doc no ranges. 1. for define doc no ranges for data entry view & 2. Define doc no ranges for GL View.

What is the difference between both these. Is it mandatory to have both, if not, when do we generally need to maintain. what are the advantages of maintaining the same.

Thanks,

Srikanth

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    Posted on Jan 21, 2008 at 05:56 PM

    Hi,

    New GL offers the functionality to maintain parallel ledgers with different fiscal year variants. Out of all parallel ledgers, one ledger is main ledger or leading ledger (system defined name "0L") and remaining parallel ledgers are called non leading ledger.

    For any non-leading ledgers that have a fiscal year variant that differs in at least one company code from the fiscal year variant of the leading ledger in this company code, the document number in the entry view does not correspond to the document number in the general ledger view. And hence, you have to define a separate document type with document number assignment for the general ledger view.

    I hope this helps. Pls. reward points if this is useful.

    Regards,

    Chirag

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