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Hello Gurus,

I have configured the rest of the steps of New GL in my IDES, which is in ECC5 version.

However, when I post a doc, I cannot see the two views, ie the Entry view & GL view. It still give sme the classical GL view.

For your information, the new GL is already activated in my IDES.

Please advice me if, there is any place from where I need to do some settings to get the two views.

Will be really grateful for an answer.

Regards,

Debojit Dey

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    Posted on Aug 01, 2008 at 06:53 AM

    Is document splitting is active in your system ?

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      Hi Babu,

      Thanks a lot to you for trying to help me.

      I ahve done document splitting before in my earlier Co. Here I have authorization, because I can get in the screen, where I can see the options:-

      Activate Document Splitting

      Deactivate document splitting per Company Code.

      However, when I double click on Activate Document Splitting I am getting a message "No entries found for that match selection criteria"

      I have no idea what that means.It would be great if you can throw some light.

      Thanks Again,

      Regards,

      Debojit Dey

  • Posted on Aug 01, 2008 at 07:26 AM

    Note 1085921 - Document split

    Symptom

    This note introduces document split consulting issues.

    More Terms

    New general ledger, passive split, active split, document splitting method,

    business transaction variant, document split, item category, processing

    category, splitting rule, zero balance.

    Cause and Prerequisites

    The current note describes the document split functionality within new G/L.

    New Installation: Before the first productive posting is done in new GL

    with the usage of document splitting, the customizing (e.g. assignment of

    scenarios, definition of split criteria and activation of document

    splitting, etc.) has to be done completely.

    New g/l should be active and the relevant scenarios have been assigned to

    the ledger(s) in your system.

    Document split should be active for the relevant company codes in your

    system.

    Migration: If an upgrade to ERP has been done, the classic FI is still

    active and can be used in the usual way.

    In addition if a customer wants to migrate to new G/L, he has to contact

    "SAP New G/L Migration" for further information on new general ledger

    migration. Please, refer to note 812919.

    For customers who use new g/l without document split and are planning to

    use document split please contact "SAP New G/L Migration" for further

    information. Please, refer to note 812919.

    In case of subsequent changes in document splitting are needed, please

    refer to note 891144.

    Solution

    1 Introduction

    The note provides information regarding the document splitting

    functionality in new g/l for customers in phase before go live with new g/l

    and document split.

    New g/l is delivered with SAP ERP systems and is active per default in new

    Installations. If an upgrade to ERP has been done, the classic FI is still

    active and can be used in the usual way.

    Document Splitting is a function delivered within the new g/l, similar to

    FI-SL splitting available from release 4.7 onwards.

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    Document splitting is an essential tool for drawing up complete financial

    statements for the selected dimensions (e.g. SEGMENT, PROFIT CENTER,

    business area, fund, grant or customer field) at any time.

    Document splitting splits up line items during the posting for selected

    dimensions such as receivable lines by PROFIT CENTER. Also, to affect a

    zero balance setting in the document for selected dimensions such as

    SEGMENT, document splitting can be used. The zero balance setting may

    generate additional clearing lines in the general ledger view.

    Entry view is based on table BSEG as used in classic g/l.

    G/l view is based on the new g/l tables.

    You can choose between displaying the document either in its original form

    in the entry view or with the generated clearing lines from the perspective

    of a ledger in the general ledger view.

    Issues and error messages for example "the balancing field is not filled"

    may arise while you are working with relevant business processes. These

    issues are usually based on missing or incorrect document split

    customizing.

    Subsequent activation of document split functionality within a productive

    environment (with existing transactional data) is critical. It has to be

    handled with a separate migration project. Please address "SAP new g/l

    Migration" for the appropriate migration scenario.

    Processes in a customer system are dynamic and changes in document split

    customizing may arise. If subsequent changes are necessary, please refer to

    the long text of the warnings and also to note 891144.

    An example for vendor processes in detail is attached to the note.

    An example for customer processes in detail is attached to the note.

    An example for additional clearing line items in detail is attached to the

    note.

    An example for leading item is attached to the note.

    2 Document split functionality

    With the functionality 'document splitting' a complete financial statement

    for selected dimensions can be provided at any time. Document splitting

    splits up line items for selected dimensions such as SEGMENT, PROFIT

    CENTER, etc.

    Special terms such as item category, splitting rule, splitting method, etc.

    are used to adequately describe and customize document splitting

    functionality.

    Document splitting method: A splitting method contains the splitting rules

    governing how the individual item categories are dealt with.

    Splitting rule: Depending on the business transactions the rule governs how

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    the individual item categories will be processed by the system.

    Business transaction: A business transaction describes the structure of a

    business process for each document type. For each business transaction, you

    can determine which item categories (can) appear in the transaction.

    Business transactions are only used in document splitting. SAP delivers 10

    business transactions.

    Refer to: Document types classification for document split and Business

    transaction and business transaction variant

    Item category: The item category characterizes the items of an accounting

    document. You need to classify the individual document items so that the

    system knows how to handle them. Therefore, an item category has to be

    assigned to all g/l accounts.

    Refer to: G/l accounts classification for document split (transaction code

    GSP_LZ2).

    Processing category: The processing category controls how the amounts are

    split. There are three options available:

    " Transfer a fixed value (no splitting),

    " Splitting by base item categories specified,

    " Splitting based on current account balance.

    Further information is available within Processing category

    When using document splitting SAP recommends to avoid posting mixed

    business processes.

    A new document type for each business process needs to be defined in order

    to separate them.

    Example: Within SAP standard delivered customizing for business transaction

    0300 (vendor invoices) it is not possible to post customer or bank account

    lines.

    Generally it has to be ensured that each business process is posted with an

    appropriate document type.

    In any case - it is a consulting project to analyze and identify the

    customer's business processes and to customize document types according to

    the customer's business processes.

    2.1 New g/l scenarios

    In order to define the relevant fields to be updated within open items and

    totals, scenarios have to be assigned to the ledgers used.

    SAP standard delivers 6 scenarios. Also custom fields can be assigned.

    In order to split the posted items of a particular ledger by the selected

    criteria (SEGMENT, PROFIT CENTER, custom field [ZZxxx], etc.), the relevant

    new g/l scenario has to be assigned to this ledger.

    2.2 Define document splitting method

    The document splitting method contains the rules governing how the

    individual item categories are dealt with.

    In case changes need to be applied to standard customizing, SAP recommends

    copying the standard method 0000000012 and applying the changes.

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    Sequence:

    - Create an own defined method (e.g. Z000000012):

    IMG-path: Financial Accounting (New) - General Ledger Accounting (New) -

    Business Transactions - Document Splitting - Extended Document Splitting -

    Define Document Splitting Method

    - Select all rules included in the standard method and copy it to the

    Z000000012:

    IMG-path: Financial Accounting (New) - General Ledger Accounting (New) -

    Business Transactions - Document Splitting - Extended Document Splitting -

    Define Document Splitting Rule

    - Apply the changes needed

    - Activate the new to be used document splitting method

    2.3 Activate document splitting

    Document splitting can be activated in IMG:

    Financial Accounting (New) - General Ledger Accounting (New) - Business

    Transactions - Document Splitting - Activate Document Splitting.

    Also the document splitting method has to be assigned.

    The indicator "Inheritance of Account Assignments" transfers the account

    assignments which are defined as split criteria. The values of the split

    criteria are always taken into consideration together as a combination of

    the account assignments. The field values are inherited only in case the

    account assignment combination is unique within the complete document.

    That means the account assignments are being inherited if the values of the

    split criteria in the complete document are the same.

    There is also a possibility to deactivate inheritance for some specific

    business transactions.

    This indicator 'no inheritance of A/c Assignments' can be set/removed in

    the definition of the business transaction (TA GSP_RD). The indicator is

    available only in ERP2005.

    A second option is to set a constant on the splitting method level. The

    constant defines default account assignments for all line items for which

    it is not possible to derive any account assignments via the splitting rule

    or the inheritance. To activate this function select indicator 'Standard

    A/C Assgnmt' and assign the constant. There is also a possibility to

    deactivate the default account assignment (constant) set on method level

    for some specific business transactions.

    For the definition of a constant refer to: Constant definition.

    Document split can be deactivated at company code level. In case one or

    more company codes in your system should not use document splitting

    functionality, then choose the "inactive" indicator at company code level.

    If you perform any cross company code postings please make sure that all

    company codes involved use document splitting.

    2.4 Document splitting characteristics

    Document splitting is a tool for drawing up complete financial statements

    for selected dimensions. Additional zero balance items are automatically

    created in case the balance of account assignment objects is not zero.

    Document splitting characteristics can be defined for general ledger,

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    controlling and assets.

    In detail, you define:

    " Characteristics for general ledger in IMG "Define document splitting

    characteristics for general ledger accounting".

    " Additional characteristics to apply document splitting for controlling

    in IMG "Define document splitting characteristics for controlling"

    " For cash discounts capitalized to assets in IMG "Define

    Post-Capitalization of cash discount to assets".

    2.4.1 Document splitting characteristics for general ledger

    In this IMG-step the account assignments taken into consideration in

    document splitting are defined.

    It can be defined if a zero balance setting for the characteristic and a

    partner field has to be used. If the zero balance flag has been activated,

    the system makes sure that the document balances to zero on account

    assignment level.

    The account assignment can also be defined as mandatory. The system accepts

    postings if the account assignment has been filled in the general ledger

    view. Either it can be filled in the entry view by entering it or it is

    derived from the document splitting rules.

    If a field is defined as a splitting characteristic, but the relevant

    scenario or custom field is not assigned to a ledger, then it will not be

    updated in certain new g/l tables. The account assignments specified have

    to be maintained at least in one of the ledgers. Otherwise the mandatory

    check is not processed.

    2.4.2 Define Document Splitting Characteristics for Controlling

    Document splitting characteristics for controlling are being transferred

    only into relevant line items. The CO account assignments are just needed

    for the cost elements. Therefore the accounts of the corresponding line

    items need to be defined as a cost element.

    2.4.3 Define Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets

    The activation of the "Post-Capitalization of Cash Discount to Assets" has

    the effect that the cash discount of an asset-relevant payment is not

    posted to the cash discount account, but directly to the asset.

    2.4.4 Zero balance indicator and balance zero clearing account

    The zero balance indicator setting, ensures that the document is balanced

    according to document split characteristics for the selected dimensions

    such as SEGMENT. In case the balance of account assignment objects is not

    zero after document splitting the system generates additional clearing

    items. The triggered line items in the document are posted to the zero

    balance clearing account defined for each account key in customizing

    (transaction code: GSP_KD1).

    Therefore, a clearing account has to be created for the additional clearing

    line items.

    2.5 Account key assignment (define zero-balance clearing account)

    As explained above in some business processes additional clearing line

    items have to be created automatically so a full financial statement per

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    splitting criteria is available.

    The automatic posting is made to a zero-balance clearing account defined in

    the account key (transaction code: GSP_KD1). One or more zero-balance

    clearing accounts may be used.

    To post to one zero-balance clearing account, check the example in

    Doc_Split_Addit_Clear_Lines_v1_EN.pdf.

    To post to different clearing accounts, each clearing account has to be

    assigned to a separate account key and each account key to the relevant

    business transaction variants.

    Check the example for multiple clearing line items

    Doc_Split_Add_Mult_Clear_Lines_EN.pdf.

    Further information about the zero balance account master data creation is

    included in note 961937.

    2.6 Constant definition

    In order to set default account assignments within the document splitting,

    one or more constants can be defined.

    IMG path:

    Financial Accounting (New) - General Ledger Accounting (New) - Business

    Transactions - Document Splitting - Edit Constants for Non-assigned

    Processes

    For defining the constant only the defined split criteria can be chosen. A

    default value can either be assigned to all or just to several split

    criteria. The default values are always set as a combination, meaning all

    or nothing.

    Example:

    Split criteria A and B is set as default

    - If fields A and B are both not filled during posting, the default

    values of the constant are set.

    - If field A is set with the default value of the constant and B is not

    filled, the constant fills the value of field B.

    - If field A is set but not with the default value of the constant,

    nothing is done by the constant.

    - If any other split criteria is filled which is not defined within the

    constant, the constant fills fields A and B.

    - If an assigned split criteria is set with default 'blank', the system

    considers 'blank' as a value.

    Two different ways of using a constant exist:

    - General constant for all business processes

    - Specific constant assigned to explicit item categories

    General constant:

    The assignment of the general constant is done on the screen of 'activate

    document splitting'.

    If a general constant has been assigned, the default account assignment

    will be set in case if no other assignments have been derived from

    inheritance or the defined splitting rules.

    The general constant could be used, to make sure that a document is posted

    with a default account assignment rather than a termination with an

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    error-message occurs.

    Specific constant:

    In the definition of the splitting rule a constant can be assigned for

    certain item categories. To assign a constant, processing category = 0 has

    to be chosen.

    In case such a specific constant is assigned, the account assignment is set

    for the line items posted with this item category and only if this specific

    business transaction variant is used.

    The specific constant could be used, to make sure that some specific

    business processes (e.g. integration with HR) can be posted. This would be

    the case if the account assignment cannot be set via the splitting rule.

    Further information about processing category can be found: Processing

    category

    The difference between these two ways how to use a constant is that for the

    general constant the splitting rule is checked and the rule cannot set the

    account assignment.

    If a specific constant is assigned to an item category, no splitting rule

    has been defined. Via this customizing the decision has been made to use

    the specific constant rather than the splitting rule (for certain business

    processes).

    2.7 G/l accounts classification for document split

    The first step to customize document splitting is to classify the g/l

    accounts. Classification of the g/l accounts is the process to assign g/l

    accounts to an item category (transaction code GSP_LZ2).

    The following item categories are available in the system:

    01000 Balance Sheet Account

    01001 Zero Balance Posting (Free Balancing Units)

    01100 Company Code Clearing

    01300 Cash Discount Clearing

    02000 Customer

    02100 Customer: Special G/L Transaction (available only in ERP2005)

    03000 Vendor

    03100 Vendor: Special G/L Transaction (available only in ERP2005)

    04000 Cash Account

    05100 Taxes on Sales/Purchases

    05200 Withholding Tax

    06000 Material

    07000 Asset

    20000 Expense

    30000 Revenue

    40100 Cash Discount (Expense/Revenue/Loss)

    40200 Exchange Rate Difference

    80000 Customer specific

    With the classification of the g/l accounts, document splitting recognizes

    how the individual line items are handled. The following accounts need to

    be assigned in the system:

    " Revenue account

    " Expense account

    " Bank account/cash account

    " Balance sheet account

    You can enter one account or an account interval.

    Generally, the classification of other accounts is derived online by the

    system. In certain cases additional classification of other accounts might

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    be needed.

    With note 1069228 it is not possible to assign the item categories 01001

    and 01100 manually any more.

    2.8 Document type classification for document split

    To classify the document types assign the corresponding business

    transaction variant (transaction code GSP_VZ3).

    The following business transactions are available in the system:

    " Unspecified posting

    " Transfer posting from P&L to B/S account

    " Customer invoice

    " Vendor invoice

    " Bank account statement

    " Advance tax return (regular tax burden)

    " Goods Receipt for Purchase Order

    " Payments

    " Clearing transactions (account maint.)

    " Resetting cleared items

    It is not possible to create own defined business transactions. However,

    own business transaction variants for the standard business transactions

    can be defined (see chapter 'Business transaction and business transaction

    variant').

    With the document types delivered in the standard customizing, SAP delivers

    a classification for document types. This is a proposal that needs to be

    checked against the document types available in the customer system.

    Within document splitting a mix of several business processes posted with

    one document type is prohibited. Meaning each business process has to be

    posted with an own document type. Therefore it might be required to create

    more document types.

    2.9 Business transaction and business transaction variant

    A business transaction describes the structure of a business process for

    each document type. The split method together with the business transaction

    and the business transaction variant determine the splitting rule for each

    particular document. The splitting rule describes how the line items of a

    document receive the account assignments. Each business transaction

    determines which item categories (can) appear in the document.

    Business transactions:

    SAP delivers 10 business transactions. Own business transactions cannot be

    created. Only the already existing business transaction can be used. For

    each of the SAP business transactions certain settings are delivered. These

    settings cannot be reset. These settings describe the allowed item

    categories for each business transaction as well as if these item

    categories are set as obligatory or can occur only once within the

    document.

    Business transaction variants:

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    To adjust the settings to the required needs, the business transaction

    variants can be used. For each business transaction SAP delivers the

    standard business transaction variant 0001. These business transaction

    variants contain the standard settings of the business transactions.

    These business transaction variants can be copied and adjusted accordingly.

    The adjustments allow only limitations of the already existing settings.

    Even though no new business transactions can be created, with adjusting the

    variants of the business transaction 0000 'unspecified posting' all

    business requirements can be covered.

    2.10 Splitting rules

    The splitting rules describe the split behavior for each splitting method,

    business transaction/variant. Within the customizing of the splitting rules

    there are three hierarchy levels:

    Header data

    Item categories to be edited

    Base item categories

    In the header data the corresponding splitting rule can be chosen. Please

    make sure that the activated splitting method and assigned business

    transaction/variant is selected.

    In the list of the item categories to be edited those item categories are

    defined that need to be processed and receive account assignments by the

    document splitting. It needs to be ensured that all item categories that

    have no account assignments in the entry view of the document are included

    in this list.

    Base item categories determine for each line item all the possible lines in

    the document that account assignments should be derived from. From all the

    possible base item categories only the ones are taken into consideration

    that do exist in the document to be split.

    The delivered splitting methods are meant to act as a proposal for the

    possible customizing. In general if further adjustments to the customer

    specific business processes are required, the needed changes should be done

    in an own defined splitting method and business transaction/variant. The

    SAP standard customizing should not be changed.

    2.10.1 Processing category

    In 'Control data' of the 'Item categories to be edited', in the definition

    of the splitting rule (TA GSP_RD) the following three options for the

    processing category can be chosen:

    0 Transfer a fixed value (no splitting)

    If this indicator is chosen, a constant needs to be defined and assigned to

    this item category.

    In this case the system takes the fixed value maintained in the constant.

    1 Splitting by base item categories specified (active split)

    The most common way of processing is '1 Splitting by base item categories

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    specified'. In that case the item category will be split on basis of the

    chosen base item category.

    2 Splitting based on current account balance

    With this setting the system splits the posting by the splitting portions

    based on the current account balance per account assignments. This

    indicator was needed for 'Advance Return for Tax on Sales/Purchases'

    (RFUMSV00). Since note 889150 and related notes it is not recommended to

    use this indicator anymore.

    2.10.2 Leading Item / Cross Company posting

    An inter-company posting creates at least two documents, one per each

    company code. There are two possible solutions to process inter-company

    documents:

    1. Split each document in each company code separately.

    In this case there should be only one entry in the splitting rule for the

    item category to be edited - 01100 CC <> CC of leading item.

    The split is performed locally. Only the line items which belong to the

    currently processed company code are taken into consideration.

    2. Process all documents together as one inter-company document.

    In this case there should be two entries in the splitting rule for the item

    category to be edited:

    " 01100 CC = CC of leading item

    " 01100 CC <> CC of leading item

    The split is performed for all the documents. Line items of all company

    codes involved are taken into consideration.

    The Leading Item category needs to be defined in case account assignments

    need to be transferred across the company codes (only case 2.). It is

    needed in order to identify the leading document where the account

    assignment will be transferred to.

    The Document which does not contain the leading item will be processed

    first. The Company Code Clearing line (01100) of the document, which does

    not contain the leading item, is split based on the local document.

    The Company Code Clearing line (01100) of the document, which does contain

    the leading item, is split on basis of the documents that have already been

    split locally in the first step.

    For an example see attachment Doc_Split_Leading_Item_EN.pdf.

    3 Recommendations and Examples

    3.1 Changes in the master data

    The profit center assignment to cost objects or the assignment of a SEGMENT

    to a PROFIT CENTER may change in case there aren't any transactional data.

    In some cases you change the assignments even though transaction data

    exists and the system issues the relevant warning message. The warning

    message is issued because such changes may lead to incorrect report results

    if transaction data already exists.

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    The postings in the previous validity period cannot be transferred to the

    new assigned PROFIT CENTER or SEGMENT therefore we recommend the creation

    of a new master data.

    If by any chance this is not possible then you have to consider that

    previous postings must be transferred manually to the new one in order to

    have correct reports.

    For further information refer to note 1037986.

    3.2 Tips for setting up the customizing

    Error messages like "Balancing field "Profit Center" in line item XXX not

    filled" or "Item category XXXX is not allowed" are usually caused by the

    wrong customizing or by using inappropriate document types/accounts for the

    posted business processes.

    In general it is very critical to change document split customizing after

    go-live. If due to wrong setting customizing changes are still needed,

    these should be done for new document types and new g/l accounts. We

    recommend to create a new document type which will be used for postings

    like this and assign it to a new business transaction variant.

    In order to identify the root cause of the problem, follow the sequence

    below:

    1. Identify the business process that causes the error.

    2. Check which kind of line items are posted and which g/l accounts are

    involved.

    3. Identify which line items should have the account assignments in the

    entry view (i.e. entered manually) and for/from which lines the account

    assignments should be derived in the g/l view.

    4. Check the active split method.

    5. Check the assignment of the involved g/l accounts to the item

    categories.

    6. Check the assignment of the document type to the business transaction

    variant.

    7. Check the definition of the business transaction variant.

    8. Check in the definition of the splitting rule the "item categories to

    be edited" and the according to basis lines.

    Example 1: Vendor invoice

    1. Vendor invoice.

    2. The posting for vendor invoice is a credit amount to the vendor

    reconciliation account, a debit amount to the expense and automatically

    created tax line (the example can use also multiple tax codes).

    3. The account assignments on the expense lines are usually entered

    manually on the entry view. The account assignments for the vendor and tax

    lines have to be derived from the expense lines.

    4. The SAP standard method 000000012 or a copy of it is assigned.

    5. The item category assigned to the g/l accounts of the expense line

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    item should be 20000. The item categories for the vendor (03000) and tax

    (05100) lines are being derived automatically.

    6. The standard document type for vendor invoice KR is assigned e.g. to

    business transaction variant 0300 / 0001.

    7. For the documents posted with the standard business transaction

    variant 0300 / 0001 at least one vendor line is obligatory. It is

    prohibited to post cash accounts within the same document.

    8. In the splitting rule the item categories 03000 for vendor lines and

    05100 for tax lines are entered as "item categories to be edited, since

    they need to get the account assignments. Both item categories 03000 and

    05100 are to be split on the basis of the expense (20000).

    Example 2: Posting to cash account and balance sheet account.

    Correctly the cash account should be split according to balance sheet

    account. When customized incorrectly, the account assignments in the cash

    account are left blank. In this case either an error message being raised

    or additional lines to zero balance accounts are triggered with blank

    account assignments. For print screens see the attachment

    Doc_Split_unspecified_04000_EN.pdf

    1. For example payment on account without clearing

    2. Cash accounts and balance sheet accounts are involved.

    3. The account assignments for the cash accounts should be derived from

    the balance sheet accounts.

    9. The SAP standard method 000000012 or a copy of it is assigned.

    4. The cash account is assigned to 04000 (cash account) item category and

    the balance sheet account to 01000 (balance sheet account) item categories.

    5. New document type YY is assigned e.g. to business transaction variant

    0000 / Y001.

    6. Business transaction variant 0000 / Y001 can be restricted on the item

    categories 04000 and 01000 if it used only for this business process.

    7. For the business transaction variant 0000 / Y001 item category to edit

    04000 and the base item 01000 is maintained. So the cash account will be

    split according to the balance sheet account (base item).

    3.3 Consulting issues already documented with notes

    " Tax line item remains without account assignment in the general ledger

    view when you execute a down payment or a down payment clearing with taxes.

    Refer to note 887794.

    " Short dump CONVT_OVERFLOW or the system creates disproportional high

    amounts in the split rows in the general ledger view of the FI document.

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    Refer to note 1072850.

    " Cash journal postings using Transaction FBCJ end to error message GLT2

    201 occurs 'Balancing field "&1" in line item &2 not filled'.

    Refer to note 922743.

    " Invoices from SD that contain down payment clearing lines could not

    previously be split.

    Refer to note 1071612.

    " You run the batch input session, which you created with report

    SAPF103, and you receive error message GLT2 201.

    Refer to note 944238.

    " Master data of zero balance account

    Refer to note 961937

    " Integration of new g/l and HCM.

    Refer to the note 1039346

    Header Data

    Release Status: Released for Customer

    Released on: 12.03.2008 13:25:17

    Priority: Recommendations/additional info

    Category: Consulting

    Main Component FI-GL-FL Flexible Structures

    The note is not release-dependent.

    Related Notes

    04.04.2008 Page 14 of 15

    Note 1085921 - Document split

    Number Short Text

    1075371 Additions to Note 1040017

    1074451 NewGL analysis: Trace for new general ledger documents

    1072850 Field overflow or very large amounts due to doc splitting

    1071612 Down payment clearing with final invoice from SD

    1067344 Too many entries in FAGL_SPLINFO or FAGL_SPLINFO_VAL

    1061741 Error GLT2 201 for follow-on documents from FI-CA

    1058804 RAPOST2000/RAPOST2001: Problems with document handling

    1058676 PCP0: No additional RF048 entry for document split in FI

    1050082 Incorrect split w/ partially maintained constant definition

    1049706 FICORE 704: Tax code '**' not defined

    1046814 Partner assignment to company code clearing lines II

    1041694 Online-Split:Documents with incorrect debit/credit indicator

    1029426 ERP: No distribution information with reversed documents 2

    1024005 Doc splitting: Dump during neg posting w/ ext doc number

    1011599 Split: Version management for generated include programs

    1005749 NewGL: Error GLT2 002 for invoice references

    1000955 ERP: Error GLT0 003 for report FAGL_FC_TRANSLATION

    996852 Down payment on AUC and document splitting

    993752 RFUMSANF: Integration of document splitting

    981614 ERP: Parked documents and document splitting

    979435 ERP: Error GLT0 002 with foreign currency valuation

    973342 Doc splitting: Creation of the zero balance clearing items

    961937 Document splitting: Master data zero balance clearing acct

    948737 Settlement of an asset: Clearing lines by online split

    944352 SAPF104: Split account assignments in provision postings

    937436 NewGL: No generation of document splitting after import

    922743 New GL with doc splitting - document types in cash journal

    909278 FS on additional account assignments at cash receipt example

    900702 Inhrtd & dft acct assgmt lines w/o FAGL_SPLINFO acct assgmnt

    891144 New GL/Document splitting: Risks w/ subsequent changes

    890237 New GL with document splitting: Legacy data transfer

    889893 FI-GL (new)- Line items without posting key

    889404 Tax payable posting assignd to an accnt w/ advnce tax return

    889146 Missing account assignments in balance valuation

    888389 Incorrect currency-related distributions in docmnt splitting

    887794 Document splitting: Handling of down payment clearing

    840077 ERP: Message GLT2 201 on lines with zero amounts

    Attachments

    File Type File Name Language Size

    PDF Doc_Split_Add_Mult_Clear_Lines_EN.pdf E 275 KB

    PDF Doc_Split_Addit_Clear_Lines_v1_EN.pdf E 261 KB

    PDF Doc_Split_Leading_Item_EN.pdf E 336 KB

    PDF Doc_Split_Overview_Customer_EN.pdf E 648 KB

    04.04.2008 Page 15 of 15

    Note 1085921 - Document split

    File Type File Name Language Size

    PDF Doc_Split_Overview_Vendor_EN.pdf E 881 KB

    PDF Doc_Split_unspecified_04000_EN.pdf E 249 KB

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  • Posted on Aug 01, 2008 at 09:00 AM

    Activate/Deactivate document splitting

    Path is here:

    Financial Accounting (New)-General Ledger Accounting (New)-

    Business Transactions-Document Splitting-Activate Document Splitting-Deactivation per Company Code (If there is tick on Company code means that inactivate Doc Splitting)

    Assgin Point pls

    regards,

    Rup

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