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Revenue Analysis of Investment Certificates

Hello guys!

I have a product type created based on product category 20 - Investment certificate.

I´ve created a purchase transaction with PRICE = 500,000000 for this product on 10.01.2010 and I would analyse revenues that I got with this contract, let´s say today 10.07.2010

I updated, using t-code S_ALR_87008536 - Enter Security Prices, the security price for today with 505,00 but I can´t see revenues fixed until the date 10.07.2010 on t-code S_ALN_01001159 - Revenues.

I´ve created a sale transaction for the product, then I could see revenues using t-code S_ALN_01001159 - Revenues.

My question is: is ther any other report I can use to analyse revenues of product categories 20 - Investment certificate without having created a sales transaction for the contract?

Any clue or idea will be really appreciated.

Volnei Luiz.

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    Posted on Oct 08, 2010 at 05:48 AM

    Hi,

    After storing the market NAV, you need to run valuation program - TPM1 which will generate the income/loss flows with the difference of book price & market price. Once you execute TPM1 without test run, the flows will be generated in cash flow and posted to desired GL accounts.

    Regards

    Prasad AV

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    Posted on Oct 13, 2010 at 01:14 PM

    Hi,

    To check the revenue in that report, you need to maintain relevant configuration in IMG -- Transaction Manager-- General Settings -- Information System -- Revenue classification.

    In this maintain the relevant profit/loss types and assign them to your valuation area for your update type. Once you do the settings here only will it reflect in that report.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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