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Derived business transactions and TBB1

Dear experts,

My question concerns Money Market derived business transactions.

When I enter position outflows that are not transfer postings, the system generates derived translations that update the position components (proportionate reduction) u2013 DBT_E001/DBT_E002.

These translations are not relevant for posting, but have a status Planned.

The question: is it possible to fix these derived flows during posting of operative business transactions in TBB1?

Right now I can fix them only through TPM18, which is very inconvenient to run separately.

Any help would be appreciated.

Best wishes,

Irina

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    Posted on Aug 22, 2011 at 01:54 PM

    Hi,

    Generally When posting through TBB1 for the final repayment flows, the translation flows are automatically fixed i.e in TBB1 itself you will get the message that the derived flows are fixed.

    Regards,

    Ravi

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      Hi,

      In status control the setting is status of plan and hence the derived transactions will always be generated in planned status and you have to fix them through TPM18.

      In order to post it through TBB1 itself, the control setting should have same status option. But check with the business also whether this is not going to have any other effect because this is at the central company code and valuation area level. All derived transactions will have the same status of the operative transactions itself.

      Regards,

      Ravi

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