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Implementation of Loans Management - Cut-over steps

Hi,

Can someone guide on cut-over steps for Loans Management. What to upload where, for the existing loans as on cut-over date. In TRM we have a transaction TBB1_LC to mark the legacy data as posted as on cut-over date. But what about Loans Management. I am referring to SAP Banking - Loans Management.

Any documents/ notes/steps will be of great help.

thanks in advance for the help.

Kumar

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2009 at 11:24 AM

    Data migration in LM is under SPRO - SAP Banking - Loans Management - Tools - External Data Transfer

    Here you should read the documentation related. I did the migration within Loans management.

    You can upload to the system following data: general loan contract data, conditions data, already posted flows.

    There is following main steps required:

    1. Define upload structure.

    2. Define transfer rules

    3. Create fine in SAP specific coding

    4. Upload this fine through Tcode KCLJ to the system

    Flows migration in LM is different to TRM. In TRM you can mark plan flows as posted. In LM you can't do this. There is required flows uploading through the file.

    Edited by: Vitaliy Tischenko on Aug 13, 2009 1:25 PM

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