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GL modification in FBCJ entry

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I am posting business transaction for posting repairs expenses in cash. Now there are 7 types of repairs GL accounts (like repairs to building, repairs to vehicle, etc)

Now for each repair GL account, i will have to create different business transaction. Hence there will be 7 different business transactions.

Now i want to have one business transactions and there should be option to change the GL account at entry level.

There is one check box "account modifiable" in FBCJC2 (i.e. cash journal configuration). But by giving the check box, i can select any GL account which can be wrong.

Hence i need to restrict one business transaction to 7 GL accounts only. So that for one business transaction, user can select out of that 7 GL accounts while post FBCJ transaction

Edited by: Meenu_ND on May 26, 2011 8:56 PM

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  • Posted on May 26, 2011 at 04:33 PM

    Dear,

    In daily course of business we do not usually so many GLs for various activities, we define a single R & M Gl a.c and can post entry to diffrent cost centres that are done based on cost centre area for which expense is being incurred. You cant use validation here, the best thing here from control stand point is to keep a single GL but post its affect to various cost centres which will do the job for you. Make FSG of R & M GL a.c ,KOSTL as mandatory in OBC4 for data entry.

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      Hi

      This requirement is schedule VI format requirement. We need to bifurcate Repairs cost into three category and present on PL A/c. So only so many GL accounts are created.

      I cannot use cost centers for the same since repairs and maintenance are not separate function

      Edited by: Meenu_ND on May 28, 2011 8:55 AM

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