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reference version in general controlling

hi

in the general controlling version '0'- for that we will select plan,actual , wip, veriance then next reference version, here what should i select?

what is effect with/without select that column?

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sowmya

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    Posted on Aug 14, 2008 at 12:02 PM

    Hi!

    Version 0 must be defined for any controlling area to update the plan as well as actual values in the version. Also if you want to use WIP and variance to post to this version then also it should be activated in this version as per your CO (Controlling)requirements.

    Again for your different requirements for planning or budgeting, you can create versions activated.

    Hope it will useful to you. Revert back if find useful.

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  • Posted on Aug 14, 2008 at 09:24 AM

    Hi,

    Do you mean the column "exclusive use"?

    Except for 0 is for Controlling purpose, others are for special usage other than Controlling purpose, e.g. 4 are for Project System module. i.e. when you select exclusive use 4 for a CO version, the CO version will be used in PS module only for cost forecast data

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