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what r the substitute transaction codes in Ecc 6 --- Funds management

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my client has gone for ECC6 recently, please let me know the substitute transaction codes of funds management in ecc6 to the following 4.6

-- FR34 -- Rev. Released

-- FR23 -- Rev. utilised

-- FR15

-- FR17



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    Posted on Dec 18, 2008 at 03:38 PM

    Hi Swathi,

    It seems to be that your client decided to not continue with Former Budgeting and start with the new logic of budgeting (BCS). Then, the logic changed completely in ECC 600.

    Now you have a central transaction named FMBB for all budget operations that replaces all the transactions that you have mentioned.

    In FMBB you will have these important fields:

    Value Type = Budget or Release

    Process = Enter, Return, Supplement, Transfer and so on.

    Budget Category = Payment, Commitment and so on.

    For additional information check all submenus from the following path in

    Public Sector Managament -> Funds Management -> Budget Control System (BCS)

    I hope it helps 😊

    Best Regards,

    Vanessa Barth.

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    • Hello,

      I am sorry, I thought you are using BCS.

      The transaction related to FR34 in ECC 600 is FR07 and you willl find it in the following application menu:

      Public Sector Management -> Funds Management -> Budgeting -> Former Budgeting -> Release -> Change in Hierarchy -> FR07 - Commitments

      In this menu path Public Sector Management -> Funds Management -> Budgeting -> Former Budgeting you will find also all the other operations like Original Budget, Transfer and so on.

      In order to check all the transaction names, you can activate the technical names like this:

      When you log on, in the first screen choose menu Extras -> Settings and mark 'Display technical names'. From now on, you will see all the transaction names when you are clicking in the menu path until the lower node level.

      I hope it helps you 😊

      Best Regards,


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