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Year-change formalities

HI Fi gurus,

I would liket to know whether any spefic procedure is there to enable posting transactions in the new Fiscal year ? Can we open the 1st period in the new fiscal year in OB52 as ussal and start posting ? what about number ranges ? Can anybody please guide me on this ?

best regard

Vijay

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    Posted on Mar 30, 2008 at 05:32 AM

    Dear Vijay,

    For the new year, you can just open the first period of the next year.

    But for the carry forward of the balances, the following Tcodes are to be executed.

    FAGLVTR - GL balances carry forward

    F.07 - AR / AP Balances carry forward

    In case the number range are year dependent, then the same has to be created for the new year also. If the number ranges are created for the year “9999”, then no need to worry about the number ranges.

    Assign points if useful

    Regards

    Venkatesh

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  • Posted on Mar 30, 2008 at 08:15 AM

    Hi Vijay,

    In continuation to Venkatesh,

    if you want to continue with GL only then you can carry on with the Activities as specified earlier, but along with these activities you also have to perform the Activities for rest all the sub Modules of FI.

    You can Copy the o Ranges using the t code OBH2 from the Fiscal Year to the Next Fiscal Year.

    all the Best

    Tarakesh

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