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How to make the GL accounts as CO-PA Relevant

Dear Gurus,

Please let me know how to make the GL accounts as CO-PA relevant, we need to book the sale provision

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VSK

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    Posted on Jun 27, 2011 at 11:56 AM

    Hi,

    Assignment of SD Condition Types to Value Fields: T Code KE4I

    1. To transfer condition types for sales revenues and sales deductions to COPA, you need to make sure that the condition types and linked to an account in FI that is also defined as a cost element of the category "11" (revenue element) or "12" (sales deduction) in CO. These condition types must be assigned to a CO-PA value field. Condition types linked to FI accounts that are defined as cost elements of another category are not transferred to CO-PA, even when the condition type has been assigned to a CO-PA value field.

    2. Condition types such as "VPRS" ("Cost") that are defined as statistical in SD are always transferred to CO-PA if they are assigned to a value field.

    3. All condition types that you want to transfer to CO-PA must be active in the SD pricing

    Thanks and Regards

    Binoj M D

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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2011 at 10:58 AM

    Dear:

    Go to OBC4....Make Cost center KOSTL as mandatory for data entry for this GL account field status group. Field status group can be seen from FS00, also you can make it as cost element.

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  • Posted on Jun 27, 2011 at 12:53 PM

    Hi

    You have two ways to handle the same after you have created the GL Account as a Cost Element. You can either book the provision with reference to a Cost Center or you may book it with reference to a Profitability Segment directly. In case you are booking to a Cost Center, you may choose to transfer the same to COPA through a proper Assesement Rule

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    Sanil Bhandari

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