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SAP ERP 6.0 EHP 2 SP 01 - Impact on General Ledger Structure

Hi Gurus,

we've to upgrade the R/3 from 4.7 to ERP 6.0 EHP 2 SP 01.

Our customer is asking us which could be the impacts of the upgrade on the general ledger structure.

Anybody experienced such a thing so far?

Any SAP documentation on it?

Regards

C

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    Posted on Jun 27, 2008 at 03:49 PM

    I hope this is a technical upgrade.

    This will not ehave any impact on existing structire as long as you don't use the new GL functionalities.

    If you are upgrading both Technical and Functional then you need to look at data migration also then there are new tables will come in to picture and all "Z" reports will get effected where ever CO area is involved as the old CO tables will not have teh feild "Ledger" in them.

    For more details look into http://solutionbrowser.erp.sap.fmpmedia.com/

    You can select the release differences between two systems by your choice.

    Reward if useful

    sasrma

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    • Former Member

      Thank You for the great answer you provided.

      The point is a bit complicated. I mean:

      The upgrade will be a technical one and this is one project.

      Then in order to implement the new functionalities of CRM 2007 (Trade Fund-Claims-Promotion Management) we've to install EHP2 SP01 or, worst case, SAP ERP 6.0 EHP 2 SP00.

      What is your feeling about it.

      Anyway thanks a lot for the great help.

      Regards

      C

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    Posted on May 12, 2011 at 08:55 AM

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