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Cost Center Integrated Planning with GP12N

We are using the New GL in 6.0. I have made all of the Integrated Planning settings in the versions for both the GL Planning and the Cost Center Planning. If I load the Cost Center Planning through KP06, the transfer works fine. However, it was my understanding that you could load Cost Center Planning through GP12N, and see it in Cost Center reporting. This does not seem to work. Am I missing some particular setting? We are loading into FAGLFLEXT.

Thank you for any suggestions.

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2011 at 08:58 AM

    Hi,

    - this is not going to happen; cost centre planning is flowing from CO to FI and not viceversa. the same apply if you run a cost centre allocation in accouting: it is not posting to CO.

    - you can use FI planning for accounts not managed as cost element and cost centre planning for the others.

    - as an alternative you can design cost centre reporting in accouting with transaction FGI0.

    Paolo

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  • Posted on Sep 30, 2011 at 09:15 AM

    Hi

    Your initial part of the statement is correct... CO to GP12N is valid, but not viceversa...

    GP12N is used to Plan Balance sheet values primarily and those P&L acts not managed as cost ele

    Also GP12N is mainly used for Profit Center Planning...

    br, Ajay M

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    Posted on Sep 30, 2011 at 12:47 PM

    Thank you for your expedient responses to my question. I was almost sure this would be the answer, but an earlier thread insinuated that it would work 'both ways'. I could not find anything to substantiate this, but my question is now answered.

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