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Closing Co Period for each CoCode separately

Hi there. I'd like to ask You few questions about CO matter. I'm newbie in this topic so please be patient when reading my post 😉

At this moment we've got 1 Controlling Area (Let's say CA1)

We've got 4 CoCodes (let's say CC1, CC2, CC3 and CC4)

The Controlling Area CA1 is common for all 4 CoCodes. That's an Cross-company-code cost accounting .

The problem is that Co Posting Periods are closed 'globally', for the whole Controlling Area CA1 ( = for all CoCodes assigned to CA1, that is CC1, CC2, CC3 and CC4).

I need to create transaction in which user could open/close Co Periods separately for each CoCode. So for example

Period 1 can be closed for CC1, but it's opened for CC2 etc.

Unfortunately when I peek at KAPS table structure ("CO Period Locks") there is no BUKRS (CoCode) field inside. So I assume there is no possibility to separate Co Periods for each CoCode.

Could You suggest me a bit the suitable course of action in that case? How can I divide closing Co Periods for each CoCode? I'd be very thankful for replying my message. Greetings.

PS. The 'Controlling area same as company code' solution cannot be implemented in our company.

Edited by: Piotr Wojciechowski on Jun 16, 2008 3:04 PM

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    Posted on Jun 16, 2008 at 01:10 PM

    Hi,

    What activities do you exactly want to lock in CO? Are these internal CO documents or FI documents which cause the creation of CO? In the latter case, you can use, of course, OB52 for locking FI periods. If it's about internal CO activities, then a special development is required.

    Regards,

    Eli

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