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IO settlement rule logic

Dear Experts,

We wanted to settle a IO to G/L account (COGS).

Distribution rules:

Acct. assig. cat: G/L

settlement receiver: 51110003 (COGS)

100%

We also maintained detail distribution rules in settlement receiver.

CTR: 101019

Profit seg.: Customer/Sales Group/Sales employee ...etc.

However, after excuting IO settlement, we can only find all expense settle to G/L account.

"CTR & Profit seg.: Customer/Sales Group/Sales employee" are all blank.

Is that correct?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 09:15 AM

    Hi Divraj & Others

    Thats not correct... You can settle to the CO Object maintained in the DETAILS section of the settlement rule

    Implement Note 483340 to achieve the same

    br, Ajay M

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    Posted on Aug 25, 2011 at 04:09 AM

    How do we do if we not only want to settle IO to GL, but also want to settle IO "CTR & Profit seg.: Customer/Sales Group/Sales employee" in the same time.

    Thanks.

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    • Former Member Divraj Agarwal

      Hi Divraj Agarwal,

      Thanks.

      We checked okb9, GL account 51110003 (COGS) is assign to Profit seg. (tick)

      In accounting doc., the cost object of GL account 51110003 (COGS) is profit seg.

      However, only company code/profit center fields have data in profit seg. (due to KEDR)

      Is it because we only choose "Acct. assig. cat: G/L" in distribution rules, so the result of settlement only settlement to GL, even if we maintain other detail in settlement receiver?

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