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Opening balance-consumed budget

Hi all,

We have implemented 6.0 & started using from 01.04.2010.Oepning balance of G/L with line items with fund centre & commitment item from legacy is uploaded with posting date 31.03.2010. if you execute TC-FAGLB03 opening balance is there with all the line we are executing report FMRP_RW_BUDCON report does not give the opening balance of consumed budget against commitment item which is being uploaded.It gives only the expenses booked during the year 2010.

Now how to get these opening consumed budget in that report or is there any other standard report available.

Thank you,


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  • Posted on Jun 22, 2010 at 12:21 PM


    FAGLB03 reads information from table FAGLFLEXT. I'm not aware of FMRP_RW_BUDCON , but you can check if this tcode takes information from FAGLFLEXT or FMGLFLEXT. Maybe the difference is there.



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    Posted on Jun 22, 2010 at 12:36 PM


    Go to GRR3,4FM-4FBUDCON (this is FMRP_RW_BUDCON report). Double click on Characteristic and you'll see from which values it consist.

    You've uploaded 9A-9C, so you need last Characteristic(this column is not visible if you are not in Excel view, click Ctrl+F12 to move left)

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