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company code to credit control area assignment

Hello All

I am S.D consultant. and i have read in all docs and books and experienced that a company code can be assigned to exactly only one credit control area and also a credit control area can have more than one that is many company codes assigned in it

But in img -financial accounting new-accounts receivable and payable-credit managementcredit control account-assign permitted credit control areas to a company code

An IMG activity is there where you can assign a company code to more no of credit control areas

Basically it contradicts the logic what i have learnt so far

I tried to read the documentation part of that IMG activity

But couldnt understand the same

Can anyone try to explain me if possible with some examples



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    Oct 23, 2008 at 09:56 AM


    A credit control area can include one or more company codes. It is not possible to divide a company code into several credit control areas.

    However, the control area additionally allocated to the company code is only a default and is used, for example, for crediting commitments for those incoming payments to the customer that cannot be allocated. Otherwise, the credit amount is deducted in the control area in which it was also added.



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