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Fiscal Year Week wise

Hi SAP Guru,

My client is UK base want fiscal year week wise as per below:- Fiscal year Oct to Sept.

Month Day Period Year Shift

10 28 1 +1

11 28 2 +1

12 35 3 +1

Means 1 period 4 week, 2 period 4 week, 3 period 5 week.

System is showing (date 35.12.2009 is not valid )error in period 3 and not allow to day 35.

I have maintain year dep. How can i maintain period in that case. Please advise.

Thanks in advance.

Regards,

Pankaj

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    Posted on Jan 07, 2009 at 06:29 PM

    Try:

    Year 2009

    Month Day Period Year Shift

    10 28 1 +1

    11 28 2 +1

    12 31 3 +1

    Year 2010

    Month Day Period Year Shift

    01 xx 3

    02 yy 4

    ..

    ..

    ..

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      Hi,

      I am trying the fiscal year as per below:-

      Month Days Period Shift

      10 30 1 +1

      11 30 2 +1

      12 31 3 +1

      12 4 3 +1

      1 30 4 0

      System is given error the period is not in seq. Please adivce how to maintain fiscal year weekwise.

      Thanks in advance.

      Regards,

      Pankaj

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2009 at 03:32 AM

    Hi Pankaj,

    I believe your client's fiscal year (2009) is Oct'08 to Sept'09.

    this is how you have to do the config:

    Fiscal year variant XX

    Calender year 2009

    Year Dependent X

    Month Day Period Year Shift

    10 25 01 +1

    11 22 02 +1

    12 27 03 +1

    12 31 04 +1

    01 24 04 0

    02 21 05 0

    So your day is actual date in that particular month.

    I hope this helps.

    Cheers

    Samir

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