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range numbers for PS

HI all,

I'm working in Project system. I have made proper settings for analytics range numbers (KANK t code).

What is the aim of the settings "define number range for settlement documents"? (IMG : Project System>Costs>Automatic and Periodic Allocations>Settlement>Define Number Range for Settlement Documents).

Can anyone explain me the difference?

Thanks in advance?

Pascal

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    Posted on Apr 11, 2008 at 08:44 AM

    hi

    Each settlement must be identified explicitly. To do so, system creates a settlement document each time an object is settled.You use settlement documents for the transactions "Reversal of Settlements" and "Repeated Period-End Closing".You should define separate number range intervals for settlement documents for each controlling area. This improves performance if you want to settle objects in different controlling areas at the same time (for example, on the same day).

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    Ramana

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      Thanks for your reply.

      The analytic operation linked to PS operations is COIN. In fact when I execute a PS operation, it generates a CO postings with COIN type in CO, and a document in FI-AA. If I understand well your explanation, the range number for settlement document is independent from the analytics range numbers. Can you confirm?

      Pascal

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