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Data is not read or posted after running any task/business rule from Consolidation Monitor.

Hi Experts,

We are running Account transformation business rule via Consolidation Monitor. The system does not post any data to consolidation journal table ACDOCC. We did our analysis but still we did not succeed as to why it is happening. Following is our analysis:

1. We have created Financial Statement Version ( Image Attached ) via transaction code FSE2. This is the hierarchy that will be used for

2. While designing the business rule for Account Transformation, we select the Source Account. In that we don't see the same hierarchy as we had maintained in FSE2. Finally we selected the top node of the FSE2 hierarchy. ( Image attached for wrong hierarchy shown in business rules section).financial-statement-version-hierarchy-shown-in-bus.png

3. We tried to debug the Task via the program BPC_TASK_SEQ_TEST and found out that in method read_trans_data_sqe of class CL_UJP_CALC_ACCOUNT_PAK, the selection condition (IT_SEL) does not show our relevant accounts maintained in FSE2. (image attached) .method-read-trans-data-embedded.png

Our analysis is that system is not able to read data, hence any calculation will not post the data. With regard to transaction code FSE2 are we missing any point or what other steps we need to take to rectify it.


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  • Posted on Dec 17, 2017 at 07:59 AM

    By what you're describing, the problem is in the Account IO. So before anything, when maintaining the business rules, is the account selector showing the same structure as in your FSV?

    Try running t-code HRRP_REP - FIN Runtime Hierarchy Replicator

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