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In-house Cash functionality implementation

Hi SAP Gurus,

We are planning to the implement the SAP-FSCM-"In-house cash" functionality in our Group of Companies. Can you please update me the implications of this functionality, what is the the impact of existing normal SAP FICO environment. What configuration changes are needed for this change? What are the changes will happen in the Accounting entries posting in this regard.

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appalas

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    Posted on Jan 13, 2010 at 01:15 PM

    Hi !

    Since you you have asked everything in one question so I would not be able to answer all but the below ...

    Affected Area would be as follows :

    1. BTE ( Business Transaction Events ) settings ( for more check ... http://wiki.sdn.sap.com/wiki/display/Snippets/BTE'S )

    2. You may need to deactivate BCA ( Bank Customer Accounts ) and activate IHC ( In House Cash )

    3. The section on payment processes in In-House Cash also contain the FI settings of the In-House Cash Center

    4. Also affected are the bank area-specific settings (for information on the term bank area, refer to Basic settings -> Bank area). Settings proposed for In-House Cash can be found in the bank area IHC.

    5. Alogwith the above IMG - Settings, you also need to check - ALE functions (Application Link Enabling). Which are used to link the systems of the affiliated companies...

    For, settings check, Basis -> Application Link Enabling (ALE) area..

    (a) Use mesage category PAYEXT with basis type PEXR2002 to send payment orders

    For Inbound Processing, transaction Code - ( i ) PEXN for payment orders from participating affiliates to the In-House Cash Center or for cross-bank-area payment orders between two In-House Cash Centers ( ii )PEXC for external payment orders from an In-House Cash Center to a participating FI system and (iii ) PEXC_PI if connected to FI via plug-in

    ( b) Use message Category FINSTA with basis type FINSTA01 and transaction code FINS as input parameter,

    for a bank statement from the In-House Cash Center to the affiliated companies.

    6. For Connection of Fi GL to In house Cash Center, refer ( +/- sign postings / General ledger transfer / Name check. These settings are relevant for the IHC general ledger transfer ( Under IMG-FSCM-IH- basic settings - Basic Settings Posting ) node.

    7. You can Create Business Partners - Through Cross-application components -> Central Business Partner .

    Note, Business Partner, manages data such as name, address and bank details.

    8. Also, IMG of the FI system needs to follow the below for Affiliated Companies..

    ℹ️ Bank Accounting -> Bank accounts -> Define house banks Store the In-House Cash Center as main (house) bank

    (ii)Accounts payable and accounts receivable accounting -> Business transactions -> Outgoing payments -> Automatic outgoing payments -> Payment method / bank selection for payment program. Here you need to set the payment methods.

    I hope, the above areas needs to be taken care for implementing IHC at the same time please be guided by the below site for a very good example.. ( http://help.sap.com/bp_bblibrary/500/html/W25_EN_DE.htm ) which contains a very good case study FSCM In-House Cash.

    Regards,

    Bhabani S Dash

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