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Where to create securities flow type?

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In version 4.6c, there's a separate transaction code in SPRO in defining securities flow type and securities flow type (transaction). In ECC6 version, there's only a node for defining flow types (transaction). Where will i create the securities flow types?

If you access the tcode for creating flow types (transaction), you will also see the securities flow types ex. 1000 Purchase, 2000 Sale, but they are greyed out or non-editable. So where can i edit these flow types.

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Chaikaru

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    Posted on Nov 12, 2009 at 12:20 AM

    Hi Prasad,

    The node you are referring to is for the creation of transaction flow types. If you notice, some of the flow types here are greyed out or non-editable, these are the securities flow types attached to the condition types.... I'm looking for the tcode where to edit these greyed out flow types co'z in 4.6c, there's a separate node for this.

    Thanks,

    Chaikaru

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    • Former Member

      Hi,

      The flow types which are editable are the flow types which can be assigned to the transaction types. The non editable flow types are no longer required in ECC6 version. These are replaced with update types and are thus assigned either as derived update types or valuation update types or update types for security account management.

      Hence these flow types which are no longer used are greyed out.

      Regards,

      Ravi

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    Posted on Nov 11, 2009 at 12:23 PM

    HI,

    In ECC 6.0 version also SPRO can be used for changing/adding config details. The flow type can be configured for securities with below link:

    FSCM>TRM>Trans Mgr> Securities> Transaction Management--> Define Flow Types

    It will allow you to change once shifted to change mode.

    Regards

    Prasad AV

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