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GL and cost centre

Dear,

We want the end user to enter cost center corresponding to the same business area as of GL. Is there a standard way to do so. Experts opnion are appreciated.

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zohaib hassan khan

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  • Posted on May 23, 2011 at 04:47 AM

    Hi,

    Define business area in cost centre master data then your structure will by business area cost centre. You should setup business area as a mandatory field in cost centre master data, so that you avoid situation where business area are missing in CC.

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    Prashant Rane

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    • Dear:

      The best thing you can do here is to define set of GL in GS01 for every business area instead of writing GLs individually in GGB0 . You can create set of GL for GLs belonging to Admin, Selling e.t.c and then assign this in GGB0 by checking against KOSTL's GSBER . This will efficiently meet your requirement.

      Regards

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    Posted on May 23, 2011 at 04:52 AM

    Hi,

    GL account of expenditure can be entered for regular transactions and to be assigned the respective cost center to derive the manangement accounting reporting.

    Ex.: Do post the salary gl (Accounting entry for external reporting) and assign the Admin Cost center, with which you gets the management reporting.

    And I guess, you are not looking to create several gl accounts (Salary) connected to several cost centers.

    This is for your information.

    Regards

    VG

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    Posted on May 24, 2011 at 11:17 AM

    Thanx all.

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