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Fiscal Year Varian V3

Hi Experts,

I am using V3 Variant, ( I don't no how to maintain it ?)

In OB52 I have Maintatined Periods from 1,2008 to 12,2010 and 13,2008 to 16,2010

In OMSY, Peiod is 04,2008

In MMRV, Current Period is 04,2008.

I have checked Allow posting to previous period.

Now, while doing MIGO

I got the error

Postings only possible in 03/2008 and 04/2008 only..

I don't know the settings to maintain in V3 in OB29 Transaction.

If any one can explain me this, it would be a great help to me.

and if possible send a screen shot that how to maintain periods in V3 Fiscal Year,...

Finally, I came to know that V3 is Year-dependent,

Now, how to maintain Special Periods, and Periods in OB29 Transaction..

Please help me...

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 08:36 AM

    Hi, This is what you need to do.

    As far as the variant V3 is concerned you need not do any additional setting in OB29 no special configuration or changes required and needs to be just assigned to your company code. Its pre-configured

    With regards to OB52 please be informed that the FIRST range of intervals are aassigned to the authorization group and you must maintain the special period intervals here.

    The SECOND range of intervals would contain normal or your regular 12 periods. As a part of SAP best practices not more that one period should be kept open unless its the last posting period in which case specuial periods also need to be kep open.

    Lastly ensure, variant, account type and GL accounts are maintained properly.

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 08:41 AM

    hii

    As per my Knowledge in MMPV u can keep open 2 periods at a time. u said u r peiod is 04/2008 so it is giving u the error message that psoting is allowed for 03/2008 and 04/2008.

    u need not to do any thing in 0b29 and this the functionality what the system has...

    Hope it helps u....

    sejal

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 08:49 AM

    Hi Ravi,

    OB29 is controlling total periods is applicable for a company code.

    This is just varient which will control total periods and special period.

    The error you are facing look like not because of OB29.

    You check the period, in which period you are making the posting and that period is open or not.

    Also check, whether you can make a simple FI entry for same posting date or not.

    I hope this will help.

    Thanks

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 08:28 AM

    Hi,

    If you use variant V3 in FI

    In OMSY you need to start with period 01 to post in the month of April.

    In your case, you maintained 04/2008 so you can post in july & june (Allow back posting checked).

    I don't think you can change it back to 01/2008 in OMSY.

    Regards,

    Murali

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