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Internal order, reposting and allocation

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pls tell me the difference between real oreders and staatical orders in internal oreders

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difference between allocation and repostings

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venkat

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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 06:19 AM

    Hi,

    In internal order we have 2 types

    1) Real order- in this type of internal order the setlement is possible, where if 2 cost object are assign i.e Cost center and Internal order. then Internal order will be true order and cost center is taken as statistical.

    2)Statistical order- Settlement of internal order is not possible, his order is for information purpose only.

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    Sreekanth

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  • Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 02:17 PM

    Hi,

    Statistical objects are used when you want to post your document on two or more objects. In this case, only one posting is real and the others are statistical that you can see in reporting. If you define your object (internal order) as statistical, then by default, every posting on it would be statistical and you will have to assign also a real CO object, cost centre for example.

    Reposting is internal CO document which transfers costs from one object to another. Allocation is more complicated process of distributing costs via relevant tools such as assessment, distribution, settlement, etc. Anyway, it's not SAP term, but rather an accounting one.

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    Eli

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    Posted on Dec 17, 2008 at 07:38 PM

    Hi

    Internal Orders are of two types.

    Statistical Orders -


    >Only for Information/Decision Making

    Real Orders -


    >Further Settlement is possible

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    Venkat

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