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Profitability Analysis

Hi people,

I don't know almost any thing about Profitability analysis, but I need to give some support to a problem we have here.

Could you help me please?

The problem is the follow:

I need to find out the original doment that show in my table: CE1ABFE.

For exemple: I notice that I have many register based on in Sales Order.

( I am put the filter: Currency type, Sales Order, Sales Ord. Item)

One of them is the invoice. It is ok for me.

But there are another registers that I don't understand the original document.

I have for "one" Sales Order, many "ref doc number" (field: RBELN)

Please, How I can find the original document from this register in the table CE1ABFE?

Could I take that based on an especific transaction? What is that?

I couldn't understand why we have many registers for only one Sales Order.

Thanks

Rosana

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    Posted on May 11, 2011 at 01:27 AM

    Hi Rosana ,

    CE1XXXX is the name of COPA Actual line Item table . ABFE is the name of your operating concern ..

    COPA creates a document for each product for a billing document. So if you have 5 line items in a sales order... 5 COPA documents with same sales order number will be created..

    To drill down to original transactions .. in CEABFE table .. . Go to KE24.. diplay line items .. enter your COPA document number .

    From the output screen .. click on FICO documents and go to any COPA document . In administrative data tab .. in the reference field ..( which is the billing document number ) .. will help you to find out sales order and other documents ..

    Hope it clarifies.. please revert back for any further clarifications

    Regards

    Sarada

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