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KO8G Order Settlement after or before TECO


Can someone help me to confirm this understanding.

As part of my business processes, I capture cost and revenue in a CO internal order. At the completion of the internal order, I will settle this cost and revenue in it to profit segment.

The question is, if the internal order captured cost and revenue in period 6 of fiscal year 2009. After that no further posting into this internal order, then:

Scenario 1.

If the internal order is TECO without performing settlement in Fiscal year 2009, and I proceed to assign a settlement rule to this internal order and perform settlement of this internal order now (fiscal year 2010), I understand that there will not be cost or revenue being settled to the receiver specified in the settlement rule.

Is this the correct system behaviour?

Scenario 2.

If I only TECO the internal order and assign it a settlement rules now (fiscal year 2010), once I execute the settlement, then the cost and revenue captured previously (in this case, fiscal year 2009) will be settled to the receiver based on the settlement rule.

Is this the correct system behaviour?

Besides, I suppose I can settle a internal order again after the initiate settlement if there is new cost or revenue posted to the internal order. Right?



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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 04:15 PM


    You can remove the TECO now and settle the Internal Order...

    If you can open the relevant period of 2009 now, you can settle it in 2009 also

    If you do not want to do that, then you have another option... You will see 2 fields on your screen... Settlement period and posting period... You can use posting period different than the settlement period.. This will override the settlement period


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    Posted on Oct 14, 2010 at 04:20 PM


    when changing the period you necessarily have to stay within the fiscal year.

    2009 is fixed as 2009!



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      Thanks for the advice.

      My intention is not to settle the cost/revenue in the internal order any more.

      However, since there is WIP posted based on the value captured in these order, I would like to run the execution to let the system reverse out the WIP.

      I know that I can do this for internal order in the last and previous fiscal year and I just want to confirm that to achieve this these IO from the previous fiscal year must be TECO in the previous fiscal year.

      If the TECO is not done in the previous year and only do it in this fiscal year, the system not only will reverse the WIP to the correct amount but also post the settlment to the receiver.

      (in my case here, the order may have WIP posted in the previous fiscal year, but the settlement was not done after TECO)

      Can you help to confirm that this understanding is correct?



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