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Integration with FI

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We need to make the integration between HCM and FI with version 6.0 and new ledger. Does someone have a document or a detailed procedure about this topic ? we appreciate very much any informacion.

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 02:39 AM

    hi,

    go through the path as follows:

    SPRO- IMG- payroll - payroll USA- posting to FI accounting - activities in HR system

    and then similarly go in activities in AC system.

    here you have to assign WT to symbolic accounts and then assign the symbolic accounts to the G/L accounts.

    here you have to maintain tables T52EK, T52EL, T52EM, T52EZ, and T030.

    hope this helps.

    reward points if helpful

    regards,

    salman

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  • Posted on May 28, 2008 at 10:31 AM

    Hi,

    Payroll > Payroll: India > Reporting for Posting Results to Accounting > Employee Grouping and Symbolic Accounts > Define Symbolic Accounts

    In this step, the symbolic accounts are defined. Symbolic accounts are used to link the wage types with the different accounts depending upon the nature of the account. Also, whether a particular account is dependent on the employee grouping defined in the previous step is specified here.

    The different wage types are mapped to the accounts depending upon the way financial costs are analysed.

    e.g. Basic pay is an expense type account. Hence, the account type is maintained as u2018Cu2019, and since all basic expenses are booked together, it is not dependent on employee grouping. However, Income Tax is an account payable to the fixed statutory vendor. Hence, the account type is u2018KFu2019. Also, the employees fall under the jurisdiction of different tax circles depending upon the geographical location. Hence, it is dependent on the employee grouping for account determination.

    Payroll > Payroll: India > Reporting for Posting Results to Accounting > Maintaining Wage Types > Define Posting Characteristics of Wage Types

    Tcode: OH02

    In this step, all the wage types that are to be posted should be specified. Also, the wage types are linked to the symbolic account defined previously, along with details like whether the wage type is to be debited or credited to the account.

    Depending upon the wage type characteristic and the posting characteristics, the different wage type components are mapped together.

    Payroll > Payroll: India > Reporting for Posting Results to Accounting > Activities in AC System>Assigning Accounts

    Tcode OBYG

    Thanks and Regards,

    Revathi.

    Edited by: Revathi on May 28, 2008 4:01 PM

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    Posted on May 28, 2008 at 09:13 PM

    Hi Jorge - I have worked with Payroll and the New GL in ECC 6.0, and most everything is setup in the same manner as before. There is some new functionality you can choose to use, or choose not to use - it's all in the IMG step Posting to Financial Accounting -> New General Ledger: Distribution of liabilities according to expenses.

    I've never found a document from SAP that explains in detail everything I needed to know for Payroll and New GL integration; I learned it from the IMG documentation, OSS note searches, and experience.

    I think you are only required to do additional configuration if you are planning to distribute payroll liabilities according to the expense distribution; if that is not a requirement for you then I think you can safely ignore the New GL part of the payroll IMG.

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