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statistical posting

Hi all,

Is it possible that we can do the statistical posting for GL which will not affect the books but are seen in Balance Sheet or P&L? Please advice.

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 01:17 PM

    Hi,

    For Customer - you can use the statistical posting with T. code F-38. This can be seen in the balance sheet but will not affect the books of accounts similar posting takes place to Reconciliation G/L account of the customer automatically that is whenever we post any Transaction to Sub Ledgers system posts the same data to Customer Reconciliation G/L account.

    For Vendor - you can use the statistical posting with T.code F-55. This can be seen in the balance sheet but will not affect the books of accounts similar posting takes place to Reconciliation G/L account of the Vendor automatically because whenever we post any Transaction to Sub Ledgers system posts the same data to Vendor Reconciliation G/L account.

    So that likewise all the Transaction of Customer/Vendor is available to their Reconciliation G/L account, thatu2019s why Statistical posting can be seen in the balance sheet through Reconciliation G/L account accordingly.

    Regards,

    Shailesh Verma

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    Posted on Sep 08, 2009 at 01:31 PM

    Hi Suresh,

    Could you please explain further on your question?

    This is because, when you have balance sheet and P&L, it means that BS and P&L comprises of all GL accounts that has value and the debits and credits tally. The value will be actual cost.

    If you would like statistical value to be in BS and P&L - are you saying you would like to have another set of value to be presented in BS and P&L? Should this statistical BS and P&L tally?

    Regards

    Fauzi

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