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TRM: Doubts in TPM_DERIVE_ACCNT

Hi All,

I am currently working for One Trading client on S4 1709 TRM .

Actually the client wants the loan module entries with different business units (Profit Centers).

As per my previous implementation of TRM, I designed the landscape with Treasury Cost center and Treasury Profit Center, so that whenever loan module entries are populated, it will hit default at Treasury CC and Treasury PC and it was approved by business.

I used TPM32 and TPM_DERIVE_ACCNT(which is same like KEDR(the one we use in COPA))

But here in my business, wants the only loan entries and repayment entries to be hit with different Profit centers and different Cost centers.

I even assigned the different Cost center in Position indicator and tried my luck, but system is showing the Balancing field’ and Client doesn’t want to use default Profit Center setup(Tcode:FAGL3KEH)

1.How to set up the derivation in TPM_DERIVE_ACCNT ?

Company code GL Account Chart of accounts Profit center

Example: one short term GL borrowing(XXXX) has to be triggered with different profit centers.2. Do we have any special BADI with any function call method ?

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    Aug 14, 2018 at 10:35 AM

    Hi Sawan,

    I don't have loans and I'm not on S4 but I think it might only be possible with BADI on the posting ( TPM_ACCIF_TRAC ).

    TPM32 works on the whole transaction and with AAREF, not on update types or inflow/outflow.

    I don't understand why you need to post to different Profit Centers. It may be a business requierement but what do they expect to do with that.

    Kind Regards


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    • Hi Gustavo,

      Thank you for the quick response.

      Actually the client wants the entries to be simulated at Profit center center wise and charges has to be incurred only at Treasury Cost Center. They also will be using for Working capital calculation and in developing cash analysis report at PC wise