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Alloc.struc &PA transfer struc in COPA assessment

Can anyone answer my question mentioned below.......

Just i want to know what is the use of PA transfer struc & Alloc Struc in copa assessment while creating the COPA ASSESSMENT CYCLE. How does the system picks the sender & the receiver.

It might sound you silly,but just i want to clear my doubt.

If possible can anyone help out with the entire cycle of COPA ASSESS. from Config upto User testing level all the transaction with t.code.(i am not looking for any config document)

i am in ECC 6.0

Points will be assigned as a way to say thnk Q

Your Help is appreciated

Regars

Pran

Edited by: Praveen Singh on May 27, 2008 11:44 AM

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    Posted on May 27, 2008 at 06:15 AM

    Can anyone resolve my doubt....

    Just i want to know what is the use of PA transfer struc & Alloc Struc in copa assessment while creating the COPA ASSESSMENT CYCLE. How does the system picks the sender & the receiver.

    It might sound you silly,but just i want to clear my doubt.

    If possible can anyone help out with the entire cycle of COPA ASSESS. from Config upto User testing level all the transaction with t.code.(i am not looking for any config document)

    i am in ECC 6.0

    Points will be assigned as a way to say thnk Q

    Your Help is appreciated

    Regars

    Pran

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      after creating cycle, you can find one comum, attach segment, click that one, there you need to configure many things.

      1. sender/receiver tab: here you have to assgin the sender cost centre/group, and reciever cost centre/group, and also give the cost element/group to reciever cost centre/group.

      after that explore all tabs, you can find the relavent things to do,

      regards,

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