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Vistex to CO/COPA

We need more information on following Vistex u2013 CO related stuff:

u2022 Vistex to COPA: For scenario like Sales Commission, where Vistex uses posted sales invoices to calculate the values, the accrual document from Vistex posts to COPA as desired. We have maintained the right Cost Element category (11/12) and also the FI-PA transfer structure mapping of the cost element to Value Field. But for other scenarios in Vistex like Vendor Direct Debit, Claims, etc., where there is no reference to existing posted SAP documents, the COPA document is not generated from the accrual postings.

u2022 Vistex to Cost Centers: Automatic Account Assignment(OKB9) works for cost center determination, but we are unable to arrive at specific cost center using that, since OKB9 works at Cost Element+Profit Center level which is a bit higher level. In that case, is it advisable, to get the cost center populated in Vistex document claim/ip document itself manually by the user and then taking that to FI/CO (OR) you have other suggestions on this?

Let me know your opinions on both these topics.

Thanks

Balla

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    Posted on Dec 14, 2011 at 03:57 PM

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