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Derivation problem - Ledger 9H

Hi everybody,

In SPRO, we have customized the Derivation Strategy for Budget Account Assignment, and when testing it we have set the Commitment Item of the Posting Address to 616, and the Commitment Item in the Target Fields is derived to 61.

Define Settings for Budget Structure: Here we have assigned a Budget Structure to the FM Area with Derivation Strategy.

However, when saving the Enter Vendor Invoice via t-code FB60, the Commitment Item for the Ledger 9A is correctly set to 616, but the Commitment Item for the Ledger 9H is derived to 616 instead of 61.

Can anybody please help me in this?

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    Posted on Nov 08, 2011 at 08:59 AM

    Hi, trace derivation and check, may be you need to set Overwrite with new value for Commitment item derivation

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  • Posted on Nov 09, 2011 at 09:04 AM

    Hi,

    It's a mix of things in your first post. If you work with budget structure and budget addresses and you want to check budget on CI 61, even if the posting CI is 616, then it has nothing to do with Budget Account Assignment (FMDERIVE). You can meet this requirement simply with budget structure. Just make sure that it's duly assigned and flagged in the relevant year to your FM area and that the rules are correctly maintained.

    Working with FMDERIVE has a different meaning; there, you subsitute/derive original FM assignment by the one defined in the strategy, i.e. you don't preserve 'original' CI which was entered in the document. The ultimate result might be the same as with budget structure, but the treatment is different.

    So, you should choose if for this matter you work with budget structure or with FMDERIVE.

    Regards,

    Eli

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